Help BirdLife Australia save Carnaby’s black-cockatoo

Western Australia is the only place in the world where you can see a Carnaby’s black-cockatoo in the wild. They were once numerous across the Wheatbelt and Great Southern, but the species’ general population has declined since the 1950s with some local populations becoming extinct. 

Completing this survey will help BirdLife Australia understand how the species’ range has changed and  identify key breeding and feeding sites where on-ground recovery efforts can be directed.

BirdLife Australia would also like to hear from you if Carnaby’s black-cockatoos were once present in your area, but no longer occur there.

Please take a few moments to fill out the survey form at
http://birdlife.org.au/projects/carnabys-black-cockatoo-recovery/breeding-range-survey

Alternatively, you can download a survey form here.

Any information you provide will make a significant contribution towards the species’ survival and will be confidential.