Red Hill, WA
- Departs from:
- We offer a free pick-up from Pioneer Reserve, on the corner of Short St and Packenham Rd in Fremantle. Or meet us onsite at 9am. Please call our office on 08 9335 2777 for location details.
- Departure time:
- 8.00-Freo, 9am-Site
The Carnaby's Cockatoo is a declared endangered bird and in the past 50 years numbers have declined by over 50%. Due to urban sprawl, their habitats have become fragmented making it harder for them to find places to feed, roost and most importantly, breed. Conservation Volunteers Wild Futures program endeavours to recreate a wildlife corridor for the Carnabys along the Swan Coastal Plain.
In June, we will be planting native species for the Carnabys with the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) at the Red Hill Waste Management Facility. The area we will be planting in has been identified as important black cockatoo habitat. It is also an important buffer between the waste management facility and John Forest National park which is an A-Class nature reserve.
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