This image is from the 2023 Bird Week Australia Exhibition “From the ground up”, where Angela explores explores the crucial connection between birds and trees.
Black Cockatoos pollinate and disperse seeds of native plants and help to create a more connected ecosystem throughout the landscape.
They rely on old growth hollows for nesting.
This image is a composite of a Forest Red-tailed couple who were photographed at Kaarakin Black Cockatoo sanctuary in Perth.
The trees and flock were photographed in the wild in Capel.
Forest Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos are a subspecies of the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos and are endemic to the south-west of Western Australia.
The population of this cockatoo has declined because of habitat degradation. Trees with suitable breeding hollows are rapidly being cleared and are in short supply. In addition, food trees have also declined.
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Bird Week 2023 - Gum Nut Party
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