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ONLY FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND VICTORIA

The recovery team is constantly looking out for sightings of Red-tails. This helps us get a better understanding of the birds’ patterns of movement, which will lead to an improved knowledge of their needs. When we get sightings we record these with the 'Victorian Atlas' which documents Red-tail sightings of all birds throughout Victoria and the bird’s SA range.

Things to record:

  1. Date / Time of day
  2. How many Red-tails
  3. An accurate location ( CFS and CFA fire map book references are ideal however a record with accurate reference to roads, tracks or significant landmarks are fine )
  4. What the birds were doing (feeding, flying, drinking etc.)

*Our study only involves the South-eastern subspecies of the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo. Please only record sightings of birds seen in south-west Victoria and south-east South Australia.

 ONLY FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA & VICTORIA

Report a Sighting
First Name*
Surname
Postcode*
Phone no
Your Email*
Date of Sighting*
     
Time
     
Total seen
Male
Female
Juveniles
CFA/CFS Map reference:
Direction of travel:
   
   
Information: Activity : feeding, drinking, flying over etc
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Download and print :
  Sightings Record Sheet

Post to:
Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo Recovery Project
PO Box 392, Port MacDonnell, SA 5291

Project Coordinator, Bronwyn Perryman: redtail@birdlife.org.au


Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo Recovery Team 1800 262 062

 

 

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