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    9 December 2021

    Northline Lends a Hand to Support Threatened Wildlife

    Northline is proud to have lent its support to Wilsons Creek Huonbrook Landcare and Landcare New South Wales to assist them in providing nesting and breeding sites for a flock of Glossy Black-Cockatoos displaced by the Mount Nardi bushfires in the Byron Bay Hinterland in 2019/2020.

    Northline became involved after seeing a way to provide practical support to the project by transporting cockatoo nesting tubes from Perth to North-East New South Wales.

    The tubes are being used to create a series of artificial cockatoo hollows in mature eucalyptus trees across five locations in the Koonyum Range, where the flock of Glossy Black-Cockatoos are now living.

    The Top of the Range Glossy Black-Cockatoo Nest Hollow Project is funded through the Landcare Led Bushfire Recovery Project and supported by the Australian Government’s Bushfire Recovery Program for Wildlife and their Habitat.

    Photo credit:

    Photos by Locky Cooper

    Glossy Black-Cockatoo (C)Pam Kenway 2016 birdlifephotography.org.au

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