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Black Cockatoo Breeding Sites - Buffered (DBCA-063)

Sites where Black-Cockatoos (generally Carnaby’s) are confirmed to be breeding. Breeding is inferred based on surveys which have recorded either birds entering/leaving the nest or the inside of the nest has been viewed with eggs or chicks. These records are of breeding attempts, but not necessarily of successful fledging. The first surveys were in 2003, with some nests surveyed a single time and others revisited once a year. Most records are in the peak breeding season of Carnaby’s (September to January). Breeding sites are buffered to 2 Kilometres.

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Data Homepage https://services.slip.wa.gov.au/public/rest/services/SLIP_Public_Services/Plants_and_Animals/MapServer/22
Author Geoff Barrett
Maintainer BirdLife Australia
Theme Environment
Geospatial Theme Plants and Animals
Published on 2019-08-01
Data last updated on 2019-08-08
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