Glossy Black-cockatoo surveys

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Subject: Glossy Black-cockatoo surveys
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Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2022 04:43:54 +0000
In 2018 Greening Australia applied for a Glossy Black-cockatoo habitat
restoration project and was
successful in receiving the grant. Since then, they have successfully
planted over 20,000 Allocasuarina
and habitat trees within the region.

During the first stages of the project, they gathered baseline bird
survey data at all sites, as well as Glossy Black-cockatoo sightings
from landholders and members of the community.

Now in the fourth year of the project, they are planning to re-survey
all revegetation sites this spring to track how the sites have changed,
using the standard 20min survey method. The sites are primarily located
near Bungendore, Mount Fairy, Tarago and Windellama (45-90 minutes from

Members who are interested in supporting this project and participating
in these surveys over a two week timeframe in
October are invited to contact Lucy Wenger, Senior Program Officer,
Greening Australia at the above email address or by phone on 6129 5400
or 0439 030 059.

Margaret Robertson
COG Secretary
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