All videos on this page are showing endangered Black Cockatoos foraging amongst the Banksia Woodlands, either directly inside the Conservation Reserve or in close proximity at nearby residences. To download a video, right click and select “Save As”. Higher resolution videos are available upon request.

If you’re a local resident please record 30-60 seconds of Black Cockatoos when you see them and Contact Us, we’ll add your video to this page.

Why record? The PGV Environmental report used to support the Sand Mine states there’s no evidence of foraging, nesting, etc, despite the City of Kwinana and Murdoch University having substantive evidence and residents confirming frequent activity of Black Cockatoos.

In date order (most recent to least)

17/09/2018 | Black Cockatoos foraging in the Banksia Woodland proposed to be cleared.

01/09/2018 | Black Cockatoos at a residences nearby to the proposed sand mines.

28/08/2018 | Black Cockatoos at a residences nearby to the proposed sand mines.

20/08/2018 | Flock passing overhead and turning towards the proposed sand mines.

18/08/2018 | Black Cockatoos foraging in the sand mine Banksia Woodland.

18/08/2018 | “By the time I ran outside I just caught the last of it, massive flock of black cockatoos coming from the direction of the sand mine”

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12/08/2018 | Black Cockatoos foraging in the sand mine Banksia Woodland.

12/08/2018 | Black Cockatoos foraging in the sand mine Banksia Woodland.

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