BirdLife Australia supports the recovery of South-eastern Glossy Black-Cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus lathami lathami, a.k.a. “Glossies”) and their habitat through three projects:
Click on a project's name (in blue) to learn more about it.
South-eastern Glossy Black-Cockatoo Field Guide
A downloadable 28-page booklet with everything you need to know about Glossies and the she-oaks they feed on.
Identifying south-eastern black-cockatoos
A downloadable two-sided pamphlet on how to identify the black-cockatoo species found in south-eastern Australia.
How to identify Glossies and the she-oaks they have fed on
Join Dr Daniella Teixeira in the video above to learn how to tell Glossies apart from other black-cockatoos and identify where they have fed.
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