Glossy Black Cockatoo at Noosa

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Subject: Glossy Black Cockatoo at Noosa
From: "Greg Roberts" <>
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2012 16:13:47 +1000
Today I found Glossy Black Cockatoos at three widely separated sites around
Noosa on the Sunshine Coast, further enhancing the reputation of this area
as one of the best for finding this endangered species.

In a rare environmental success story, the population of Glossy Blacks is
thriving thanks to concerted local conservation efforts to protect it. See
here for more:

Greg Roberts


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