The South Eastern Times : June 14th 2018
NEWS 15 All eyes on rare birds MORE than 175 volunteers participated in the annual count for the endangered South-Eastern Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo in May across the cockatoo’s range in South East and Western Victoria. Despite the huge search effort, which saw over 3600km of stringy bark forest tracks covered, the “cockies” proved elusive once again with less than a third of counters locating the birds on the day. After taking into consideration two additional sightings of redtails recorded on days either side of the count, the final tally stands at 839 birds, which is slightly more than the 810 recorded last year. “Red-tails are notoriously difficult to find,” recovery program project coordinator Bronwyn Perryman said. “What makes it more challenging is when flock sizes are small, widespread and located in areas that our counters cannot access, such as private land.” Larger flocks are often noisier and more likely to be detected than smaller flocks, while birds on private land can be easily missed if not for the support of the landholder. Weather conditions also play a big part in the number of birds counted on the day. “Although total numbers are down, it’s unlikely the population has suffered a mass decline since our biggest count of over 1500 birds back in 2015,” she said. TV GUIDE I Thursday June 14 I SEVEN Sa WIN Sa 6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. 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Consumer advice: violence – v, language – l, sex references – s, nudity – n, drug use – d, horror/supernatural themes – h, adult themes – a, medical practices – m, war scenes – w, (R) Repeat, (CC) Closed Captions. The South Eastern Times, Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 15 “It is more likely that birds were scattered widely across their range and simply missed on the day.” The overall prognosis for the population, however, is far from good.” Fewer adult females mean fewer breeding pairs and thus fewer offspring, while fewer juveniles mean less birds available to replace present breeding pairs in future. “Breeding success is strongly linked to stringy bark food availability, with more successful breeding in years of plentiful food,” Ms Perryman said. This year, large flocks were found near Rennick, Chetwynd, Wattle Range (west of Penola) and Mumbannar. The biggest of these comprised 135 birds drinking from a trough on private land adjacent Rennick State Forest. Many flocks seen this year were found on private land, which is why the widespread efforts of landholders to put feeding habitat back on their properties is so important. The recovery program is managed by BirdLife Australia and supported by Natural Resources South East, Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority and Wimmera Catchment Management Authority through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. IN BRIEF Rural smoking risk RURAL Australians continue to have the highest rates of smoking in the country and smoking related illness is costing thousands of lives. Rural Doctors Association of Australia president Adam Coltzau said it was time that anti-smoking campaigns were targeted to rural areas. “While smoking rates across Australia have declined in recent years, rural Australians are continuing to smoke at alarming rates,” Dr Coltzau said. “Smoking is the single largest preventable cause of death and disease in Australia and is associated with heart disease, stoke, emphysema, asthma, bronchitis, eye disease, renal disease and cancer. “Tobacco causes over two-million deaths from cardiovascular disease alone, worldwide.” POPULATION CONCERN: More than 175 volunteers participated in the annual count of the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo across the region. Picture: BOB McPHERSON One in five people living in outer regional or remote areas smoke daily, which makes them 1.7 times more likely to smoke than those in major cities. “Anti-smoking initiatives have been effective in reducing smoking rates in many areas of Australia, but they have not worked as well in the bush,” Dr Coltzau said. Visit www.quitnow.gov.au for more information.
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