Join us in the leadup to the Great Cocky Count for a workshop on black cockatoos and the conservation efforts to save these endangered birds, as well as details on how you can participate in the count this April.
Additionally, Dean Arthurell from Carnaby’s Crusaders will be present to share his experience and knowledge on the breeding success of black cockatoos in the Chittering area and surrounding areas.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see some of Dean’s black cockatoos up close and learn more about their conservation. Morning tea will also be provided.
Registrations are essential.
The Great Cocky Count is supported by the Alcoa Foundation, and forms part of the Alcoa Community Black-Cockatoo Recovery Project.
Chittering Landcare Centre
175 Old Gingin Road,
The Great Cocky Count is BirdLife Australia's annual snapshot survey of black-cockatoos in south-western WA. Help us save these unique and threatened birds.
Baudin’s Black-Cockatoo is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It is a large, dull black cockatoo with a large bill.
Forest Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. They are distinguished by their namesake red tail feathers.