Launching our ‘new-look’ website
A 'new-look' website for the South-eastern Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo.
Over the last few months Tin Shed Creations designer, Jennifer Cleary, has helped us to re-design the Red-tail website to give it a brand new look. The new website features more amazing images and video footage of birds, and is far more user-friendly for smart phone and tablet users, meaning it can be easily accessed on any device at any time.
On the website, you can keep up to date with Red-tail news, events and projects, report your sightings, view our gallery of images, and learn more about the cockatoo, its requirements, and how you can get involved with recovery projects and other monitoring activities.
So spend some time browsing our new look site – we’re sure you’ll be impressed.
A big thank you to Jennifer for doing such a fantastic job in redeveloping the site.
- Jonathan Tuck
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