Petitioning Premier Mark McGowan

Premier: Stop logging critical habitat on Crown Land


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We can't imagine a world without Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo. 

Yet, this may soon become a reality, as logging on government land continues to see important habitat lost

The Pinjar Pine Plantation is the second largest Carnaby's roost in the world. It is known to be one of the most critical food sources for a cockatoo population that's already starving. 

Last year, more than 20,000 Australians came together to call for an end to clearing of Carnaby's habitat. 

A change in government promises a fresh approach. 

At the last state election, Mark McGowan's (now) Government committed to safeguarding the future of this magnificent bird. We're calling on this Government to keep that promise by ending the logging of all known roost sites on Crown land. 

Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo are already declining at an extraordinary rate – the Perth population has more than halved in the last 6 years alone.  

We must protect this Endangered bird. Together, we can ensure that Perth's Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo does not go extinct.

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