Planting Trees at Wirrina Cove for Black Glossy Cockatoo Tree Day Site Details

Planting Trees at Wirrina Cove for Black Glossy Cockatoo

Conservation Volunteers Australia and the District Council of Yankalilla are creating critical food and nesting stepping stone habitat at Wirrina on the Fleurieu Peninsula for the endangered Black Glossy Cockatoo by planting 25,000 trees. The Black Glossy Cockatoos is a specialise d feeder on Allocasuarina verticillata, due to the clearing of Woodland in the 1900’s on the Fleurieu Peninsula habitat was lost to the Black Glossy Cockatoo this resulted in the population declining to Kangaroo Island. Come help us plant trees to help create this much need habitat

Wildlife Corridors Coastal Rehabilitation Threatened Species

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 28 July 2019

9:30am to 4:00pm

EVENT DETAILS

Site Organiser

Darren Kennedy

RSVP Contact

Darren Kenned

0437618161

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Disabled

No

DIRECTIONS

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Drinking water


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?

Jayme Wearn