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Hello, if you are a landholder in the south-east of South Australia or the south-west of Victoria we'd love for you to complete our survey. Interacting with the community about the South-eastern Red-tailed Black-cockatoo is important and something the Recovery Team does regularly. The information gathered as a result of this survey will make sure the Team continues to be an effective resource for members of the local community, by providing information in a way that is useful and interesting. We are aiming to receive one survey per household/family, which helps ensure we don't have any double ups of surveys.

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* 1. Have you seen or heard of Red-tails?

If no, Red-tails are an endangered black cockatoo species found in the South East of SA and South West Victoria

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* 3. What does your farm/land produce? Please tick all that apply.

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* 6. Are you a member of any groups or organisations related to farming and/or the environment? Please tick all that apply.

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* 7. What is the highest level of formal education you completed?

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* 8. Do you have paddock trees or patches of native vegetation on your land?

If NO skip to Question 13

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* 9. What do you do to manage this native vegetation? Please tick all that apply.

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* 10. What do you see as the benefits for managing this vegetation? Please tick all that apply.

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* 11. Red-tails eat the seed capsules of stringybark and buloke trees; do you have any of these trees on your property?

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* 12. Red-tails nest in the hollows of large old trees; do you have trees with hollows on your property?

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* 13. Have you ever seen Red-tails on or near your property (within 5km)? 

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* 14. Yellow-tails also occur in the south east/west; do you know how to spot the difference between Red-tails and Yellow-tails?

If no or not sure, The Yellow-tailed Cockatoo are larger and have a louder call which sounds like a squeaking windmill. They also have no red feathers and feed on non-native species like Radiata Pine. Red-Tails do not feed on this tree.

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* 15. Where do you get information about managing the natural resources on your property? Please tick all that apply.

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* 16. Where would you go to get information about Red-tails? Please tick all that apply.

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* 17. What media do you get your news from? Please tick all that apply.

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* 18. Have you done re-vegetation on your property?

If NO skip to Question 20

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* 19. What is the purpose of your re-vegetation? Please tick all that apply.

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* 20. What has prevented you doing re-vegetation? Please tick all that apply.

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* 21. Have you been involved in any Red-tail conservation or monitoring activities? If so, which activities. Please tick all that apply.

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* 22. Would you be willing to undertake any of these voluntary activities in the future? Please tick all that apply.

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* 23. If you are interested in taking part in any conservation and monitoring activities for the Red-tails, or if you wish to receive a copy of the survey results, please provide some contact details and we will be in touch with you soon.

You've reached the end of the questions! On behalf of the South-eastern Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo Recovery Team we thank you very much for taking part in the survey. If you wish to find out more about our colourful cockatoos you can find more information on our website www.redtail.com.au. We also welcome any feedback or comments about the survey, just get in touch with us at redtail@birdlife.org.au or on 1800 262 062.
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