Western Australia’s precious and unique plants, animals and birds need your protection if they are to survive extinction. We have lost too many already.

How  you can help

Black Cockatoo with chick in cockatube nest box

TAKE ACTION

If you see black cockatoos frequently visiting your area and you are interested in recording them regularly, you can use the black cockatoo monitoring form227.07 KB

You can also assist with roost counts and surveys by joining in with the Great Cocky Count. The Great Cocky Count is an annual, community-based survey where volunteers count black cockatoos at night-time roost sites across the south-west of the state on a single night in April.

Plant species used by Black Cockatoos. Download  Plants used by Carnaby”s Black Cockatoo guide

Local native species list for landcare projects in the Mid Swan Coastal Plain keeping it local

VOLUNTEER

There are many groups that are supporting Black Cockatoos across Western Australia contact us for more information or WA Landcare network

 



Carnaby's Cockatoo sitting on top of a Landcare SJ Cockatube ( artificial hollow)

DONATIONS OPTIONS

LandcareSJ are involved in revegetation of reserves and private properties throughout the districts of Serpentine Jarrahdale and North Murray. You could help by sponsoring our planting season.

$5 will buy a tree.

$10 will buy 2 trees and protection whilst it gets established.

$20 will go towards materials to build artificial nestboxes for Black cockatoos.

$460 will buy a Cockatube for an ENDANGERED Carnaby’s Black cockatoo.