With support from Natural Resource Management groups, the Department of Environment and Conservation and funding from BirdLife Western Australia, we work to implement recovery actions and secure a future for this iconic species. Recovery activities include: * Identification and prioritisation of nesting sites for recovery actions * Community engagement programs and education * Supporting private landholder to preserve and restore priority remnant vegetation * Provision of funds to support fencing, revegetation, weed control and competitor control * Data collection and nest monitoring * Repairing damaged or degraded nesting hollows. Since 2004 a volunteer team has repaired over 150 damaged or degraded nesting trees, a simple and inexpensive way to increase the chances of breeding * Monitoring of repaired hollows. During the nesting season repaired hollows are checked to see whether the Carnaby’s are using the hollow or not. Assistance is given for grant applications to facilitate Voluntary Management Agreements and Conservation Covenants, helping to solidify commitment to conservation and secure habitat for the species into the future
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