The Glossy Black-Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus lathami) is one of the more threatened species of cockatoo in Australia and is listed as Vulnerable in NSW.
A Special Project is underway to map the distribution of Glossy Black-Cockatoos, and the location of suitable nest hollows. The Atlas of Life and Canberra Nature Map are working with the OEH Saving Our Species program to coordinate this ongoing project.
YOU CAN HELP BY RECORDING SIGHTINGS ANYWHERE ACROSS SOUTH-EASTERN NSW & THE ACT.
For more information about the project, how to identify Glossy Black-Cockatoos, their feed trees and nesting hollows, and how to contribute to the record of sightings, visit the Atlas of Life page.
The OEH profile page also has information about what you can do as a landholder to assist Glossy Black-Cockatoos.