Environment

New project to bolster population numbers of the Glossy Black-Cockatoo in the central west

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Updated January 19 2023 - 11:07am, first published 10:00am
The glossy black-cockatoo has seen a decline in population after the black summer bushfires. Picture supplied
The glossy black-cockatoo has seen a decline in population after the black summer bushfires. Picture supplied

Conservationists are in search of properties around the central west where they can install high-tech nesting boxes to help boost a population of cockatoos devastated by the black summer bushfires.

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Allison Hore

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Allison Hore is a journalist with the Daily Liberal.

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