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Good news for the Glossy Black-Cockatoos!

Since the devastating fires last summer, there have been more than 7000 drooping sheoak (Allocasuarina verticillata) seedlings planted across 44 different Kangaroo Island properties. ?

Thanks to you, our wonderful volunteers, donors and supporters, we were able to contribute 1150 seedlings to the cause. ?

If you’d like like to contribute to our ongoing Glossies Fire Recovery Project, please do so here: https://bior.org.au/our-projects/glossies-fire-recovery-project ?❤️

Read the full article from local Kangaroo Island newspaper The Islander here: theislanderonline.com.au/…/sheoak-on-the-menu-for-ki-glossy…

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Photo credit: Kangaroo Island Landscape Board

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