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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 shines in Great Cocky Count results

August 27th, 2014

Murdoch University’s South Street Campus has been identified as a critically important habitat for two endangered species of black cockatoo by Birdlife Australia after topping the tables in the annual Great Cocky Count.

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University revamps nature trails

October 2nd, 2012

Murdoch University has revamped walking trails through the Banksia Woodland reserve on its campus and spring is the ideal time to give them a try.

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Murdoch calls for tree planters

April 11th, 2012

Murdoch is calling for volunteers to help plant native seedlings at the South Street Campus on Saturday 21 April.

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Help Murdoch University’s Carnaby’s

March 29th, 2012

Murdoch University is calling on volunteers to record the number of Carnaby’s cockatoos on the South Street campus as part of this year’s Great Cocky Count.

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