• Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre
    Protecting WA's Endangered species
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    what we do
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  • Saving our Iconic Black Cockatoos
    We rescue wild black cockatoos in distress – having been struck by vehicles, fallen, shot, pulled from their nests, or attacked by ravens, cats, or other birds - and rehabilitate them at Kaarakin, our Perth Hills site, before releasing back into the wild.

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Latest posts

Black Cockatoo Breeding Workshop

A black cockatoo breeding workshop was held on 3 November 2019 at Landcare SJ. The project is funded by The Alcoa Foundation. The two speakers were Adam Peck from BirdLife WA and Francis Smit from Landcare SJ. The design of … Read More

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Deaf Awareness at Kaarakin

Kaarakin is proud to promote Deaf Awareness Month! Melinda, is a volunteer at Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre. She is profoundly deaf however she wears a hearing aid and can both lipread and speak well. And Neville, who uses sign … Read More

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