The Prohibited Burning Period for the Shire has been extended further and will now apply until midnight, Tuesday 30 April 2024. No fires can be lit in the open air. More information here.
Fly in for the Great Cocky Count this Autumn 

Cocky Count in the South West

The Great Cocky Count (GCC) is a citizen-science project and the biggest single survey for black cockatoos in Western Australia.

Date: Sunday 14 April 
Time: 5.15pm – 6.45pm
Location: A local site near you in the South West!

Black cockatoos live across a large area, so it’s difficult to get an accurate record of how many there are in the wild. By working with citizen scientists in the GCC, Birdlife can get a snapshot of where black cockatoos are located, giving them a better idea of their numbers.

For more information and to register, please go to Great Cocky Count. Registrations close on 24 March. You will receive information on a local site near you to survey.
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