Save the Black Cockatoos

Save the Black Cockatoos

Time is running out for the threatened Black Cockatoos of the Southwest of Western Australia.

We are a coalition of peak environmental groups, Aboriginal elders, scientists, and community members, calling for an 'Emergency Plan' to protect and expand their habitat.

Please sign our campaign actions, share on social media, and attend events.

Together we can save the Ngolyenok, Ngolak and Karak from extinction.

 

(photo by Philippa Beckerling)

Time is running out for the threatened Black Cockatoos of the Southwest of Western Australia.

We are a coalition of peak environmental groups, Aboriginal elders, scientists, and community members, calling for an 'Emergency Plan' to protect and expand their habitat.

Please sign our campaign actions, share on social media, and attend events.

Together we can save the Ngolyenok, Ngolak and Karak from extinction.

 

(photo by Philippa Beckerling)

Email Premier Mark McGowan

Please stop the endangered Ngolyenoks (Carnaby's Black Cockatoos) from becoming extinct in the Perth-Peel area by protecting the Gnangara pines.

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Here are some other e-mail suggestions.

You could mention any personal experience you have had with Black Cockatoos.  You might say  that their natural habitat is now so diminished they are using the pine plantations as lifeline. 

If you have children  you could mention this and pass on that we must start repairing ecosystems to leave a the planet as good as we found it. 

If you have personally noticed the decline in number you could mention this.  Some people remeber when the sky was black with Cockatoos blocking out the sun. 

You could mention that Australia has the fourth highest rate of extinction in the world and we need to turn tis around. 

You could say this area is part of a global biodiversity hotspot similar the Congo, the Amazon and Borneo and deserves greater protection.

You could say ther are many endangered plants and animals that will be saved if we look after the habitat of the black cockatoos.