Bioacoustic monitoring of breeding in glossy and red-tailed black-cockatoos

Date: 26, Sep, 2017
Author(s):   Martine Maron, Daniella Teixeira, Berndt Janse van Rensburg, Richard Hill, Mike Barth, Karleah Berris, Paul Roe
Publisher: TSR Hub

Breeding success is a key limiting factor in population recovery for the threatened glossy black-cockatoo and south- eastern red-tailed black-cockatoo. Monitoring is important to guide conservation actions, however these species are difficult to monitor using traditional methods. This project will develop novel bioacoustic methods to monitor breeding in these species

3.2.3 Bioacoustic monitoring Factsheet_digital.pdf