Carnaby’s Black Cockatoos in Moora

A day photographing the Carnaby’s Black Cockatoos in Moora It is hard to think that one year went by already but I can still remember my first visit in Moora clearly. Although we had left early in the afternoon, just … Read More

100% Black at Jamarri

My visit at 100% Black at Jamarri 100% Black at Jamarri is another black cockatoo rescue centre, located in Jalbarragup, 20 kms southwest of Nannup, on the boundary of Helms forest. I am actually not sure how I heard from this … Read More

Buy Kaarakin 2019 Calendar!

Buy Kaarakin 2019 Calendar: Now available in the online shop Our third edition, Kaarakin 2019 Calendar is now available on Kaarakin’s website. The calendar features photographs of the feathered and furry residents living at the centre. This year, I’m surprised … Read More

Carmichael’s Journey: A great book for kids

Carmichael’s Journey: Children and parents can now learn about the Carnaby’s Black Cockatoos Carmichael’s Journey written by Shelly Fussell and illustrated by Samantha Metcalfe tells the story of Carmichael, a young Carnaby’s black cockatoo. Carmichael will join his parents back … Read More

Happy Australia Day!

Celebrating our black cockatoos on Australia Day   Our black cockatoos deserve to celebrate Australia Day! After all, black cockatoos are endemic to Australia and therefore found nowhere else in the world. They are very special birds! Southwestern Australia is … Read More

Black Cockatoo Conservation in Moora

Wally Kerkhof is fighting for the conservation of the black cockatoos in the town of Moora I had always wanted to visit the town of Moora, in the Wheatbelt, to see the Carnaby’s black cockatoos nesting in the middle of … Read More

Adopt a Kaarakin Black Cockatoo

Kaarakin’s adoption page is now live! If you thought you would be able to adopt and bring a black cockatoo home, well don’t be disappointed! Kaarakin gives you the opportunity to go for the feel-good option instead! Adopt a black … Read More

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