black cockatoo

Researchers to track threatened black cockatoos at Murdoch University

August 26th, 2015

Forest red-tailed black cockatoos are being released and tracked at Murdoch University

Six rehabilitated forest red-tailed black cockatoos have been released into Murdoch University’s wild flock in an innovative tracking program.

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Murdoch researchers back bid to safeguard Australia’s biodiversity

July 31st, 2012

Murdoch University researchers are part of a bid for a new Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) dedicated to Australia’s wildlife populations.

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Cockatoo survival under threat

March 13th, 2012

Murdoch researchers are concerned the long-term survival of three black cockatoo species endemic to the south west of Western Australia is under threat.

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Another funding boost for cockatoos

February 20th, 2012

A Murdoch University group has been given $20,000 to help conserve the endangered black cockatoo.

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Assessing the threats to black cockatoos

December 22nd, 2011

Murdoch University researchers are investigating the health of wild black cockatoo populations in Western Australia’s south west.

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Are Black Cockatoos Protected?

April 20th, 2011

The protection of endangered Black Cockatoo populations in Western Australia will be the topic of discussion for an upcoming symposium chaired by Murdoch University Dean of Environmental Science, Associate Professor John Bailey.

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