Take Action

Forest red-tail feather on forest floor
Image by Peter Melling

Write to the Premier

Thank you for your interest in taking action to help protect the Black Cockatoos. We know that when people come together we can achieve incredible things, and it is critically important that we act now to prevent extinctions and begin the recovery of Black Cockatoo populations in Perth / Boorloo and the South West. We need the WA Government to implement the 12-point Emergency Plan

Please email WA Premier, Mark McGowan

Face of Black Cockatoo and text 'Black Cockatoo Crisis.'

Black Cockatoo Crisis

Black Cockatoo Crisis is the new social impact documentary by Jane Hammond, director of the internationally acclaimed Cry of the Forests. The film shines a light on the plight of the Black Cockatoos and aims to avert the extinction canyon facing these iconic birds. Bring your family and friends to a screening of Black Cockatoo Crisis. It’s playing at Luna Leederville through early December.

Visit your MP


Your local Member of Parliament also needs to hear from you. Please download the Emergency Plan and make an appointment to go and see your MP. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for advice or support!


Cockatoo munchin a Banksia flower
Image by Keith Lightbody

Planting for Black Cockatoos

Get planting! Lack of food caused by the destruction of habitat is a major factor in the decline of all three species of Cockatoos. Help reverse their decline by planting the foods they love to eat. There are plenty of plants suitable for all garden types and sizes that the cockatoos love – find out which ones to plant in your garden here

Woman painting cockatoos

Volunteer

Join in the community efforts to educate, inspire and mobilise people to take action for the Black Cockatoos. There’s always plenty to do and every action counts. Send us a message and we’ll get back to you to chat about how you can help.