What can you do?
Spread the word, just because we see Black Cockatoos, doesn't mean there are many.
You may just be seeing the same flock and they may not be breeding anymore (due to age, or lack of available nesting hollows).
This information is also outlined at the bottom of this page
See more details here on Bird life Australia's page which outlines how to support Cockatoos with food or water or download the file.
We will also be donating 10% or more from all photography sold to these places.
Join the Community that seeks to help our flying friends and see many more general info' links and Cockatoo appreciation images as they are posted.
"Cockatoos in the hood" ~ a PHD student researching Forest Red Black Cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus banksii naso) ways to get involved and lots of interesting information.