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  Reasons why SERTBCs shouldn't be held/bred/traded in captivity
  Modelling and planning to increase future habitat of the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo
  2015 Annual Count Volunteer Information Sheet
  Paddock tree plantings to help Red-tails
  Burning threatens the food supply of the SERTBC
  Habitats of the SERTBC at increased risk of removal
  Observation and Photography Guidelines for Red-tails
  Draft National Recovery Plan (2012-17) for comment
  DENR Ecological Fire Management Strategy for SERTBC
  SERTBC Recovery Plan Review (2012)
  RTBC Recovery Plan (1996)
  SERTBC Habitat Management Plan (2001)
  10 amazing things about Red-tails.
  2003 Landholder Survey.
  How to grow buloke, from scratch.
  General information on SERTBCs
  Protection of Red-tail Nest Trees
  Information about the protection of dead trees with hollows.
  What trees to plant and where to plant them to protect Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos
  Degraded Woodland Protection
  How you can protect stringybark and buloke by protecting them from the effects of grazing
  Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo Identification Sheet
  Colour plate drawing showing the bird's plumage characteristics
  Male Colouring Sheet and Female Colouring Sheet
  Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos and Fire Management
  Listen to radio interview by Biologist Richard Hill 4Mb
  Listen to radio interview
  Listen to radio interview
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