Article Index

This is a list of references from which the list of plants used by Carnaby’s cockatoo was compiled.

Bamford, M.J., Wilcox, J.A. and Davis, R.A. (2004). Worsley Alumina Extension area: northern mining envelopes. Preliminary Fauna Assessment. Unpublished report prepared for Worsley Alumina Pty Ltd by Bamford Consulting Ecologist and Western Wildlife.

Berry, P.F. and Owen, M. (2010). Additional counts and records of flock composition of Carnaby's cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris) at two overnight roosting sites in metropolitan Perth. Western Australian Naturalist 27: 27-38.

Burbidge, A. (2003).Carnaby's black-cockatoo foraging. Western Australian Bird Notes, September 2003. 107: 23.

Carter, T. (1923). Birds of Broome Hill. Emu: 23:125-142.

Davies, S.J.J.F. and Loomes, D. (2002). Carnaby's cockatoo - coast and catchment. Final report on the project. Unpublished report for the Moore Catchment Group, WA.

Donaldson, F. (2008). Southern seawater desalinisation project: 2007 terrestrial flora and fauna survey. 360 Environmental Pty Ltd.

Gole, C.A. (2003). Bird surveys in selected Perth metropolitan reserves. A joint biodiversity conservation project between birds Australia and the Perth Biodiversity Project, Perth.

Groom, P.K., Lamont, B.B. and Duff, H.C. (1994). Self-crypsis in Hakea trifurcata as an avian granivore deterrent. Functional Ecology 8(1): 110-117.

Hamsley, V. (2003). Cockatoos foraging. Western Australian Bird Notes, December 2003. 108: 18.

Higgins, P.J. (1999). Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds Volume 4: Parrots to Dollarbird. Oxford University Press, Melbourne.

Jackson, C. (2009). Assessing and quantifying canola crop damage by Carnaby's black-cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris in the south-west of Western Australia. Masters Thesis. University of Sydney.

Johnstone R.E. and Johnstone C. (2003) Assessment of Roadside Vegetation for Breeding and Feeding Habitats of Carnaby's Cockatoo: Dalwallinu - Walebing. October 2003. Biota Environmental Sciences.

Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2004). Report on Carnaby's Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris breeding season 2003-2004 within the Cataby Project Area. Prepared for Iluka Resources Limited. Unpublished report.

Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2005). Report on Carnaby's Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris nest monitoring within the Cataby Project Area breeding season 2004-2005. Prepared for Iluka Resources Limited. Unpublished report.

Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2006). Report on Carnaby's Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris nest monitoring within the Cataby Project Area breeding season 2005-2006. Prepared for Iluka Resources Limited. Unpublished report.

Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2007). Report on Carnaby's Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris nest monitoring within the Cataby Project Area breeding season 2006-2007. Prepared for Iluka Resources Limited. Unpublished report.
Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2007). Assessment of significant habitat for Carnaby's cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris in the Eneabba region. Unpublished Report prepared for Iluka Resources Ltd. December 2007.

Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2008). Report on Carnaby's Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris nest monitoring within the Cataby Project Area breeding season 2007-2008. Prepared for Iluka Resources Limited. Unpublished report.

Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2008). Further assessment of significant habitat for Carnaby's cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris in the Eneabba region. Unpublished Report prepared for Iluka Resources Ltd. August 2008.

Johnstone, R.E., Johnstone, C. and Kirkby, T. (2009). Assessment of significant habitat for black cockatoos at proposed wastewater treatment plant, East Rockingham. Unpublished Report.

Johnstone, R.E. and Kirkby, T. (2009). Birds of the Wungong catchment, Bedfordale, Western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 26: 219-274

Johnstone, R.E. and Kirkby, T. (2008). Carnaby's black-cockatoo in the south-west. Current studies on distribution, status, breeding and movements. p 24-25 In Johnston, T (ed) Carnaby's Black-cockatoo Symposium: Abstracts. Department of Environment and Conservation.

Johnstone, R and Kirkby, T (2010). Carnaby’s Food List. Unpublished Report. Western Australian Museum, Perth

Jupp, T. (2001). Close encounters with Carnaby's. PsittaScene 13(2): 13.

Kenneally, K.F. (2002) Carnaby's Cockatoos Feeding on Liquid Amber. Western Australian Naturalist 23(3): 224-225

Lamont, B.B. and Van Leeuwen S.J. (1988). Seed production and mortality in a rare Banksia species. Journal of Applied Ecology 25(2): 551-559.

Mawson, P.R. (1995). Observations of nectar feeding by Carnaby's Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris. Western Australian Naturalist 20(2): 93-96.

Mead-Hunter, D. (2005). Pied parrot pecks prostrata. Western Australian Bird Notes, June 2005. 114: 24.

Perry, D.H. (1948). Black cockatoos and pine plantations. Western Australian Naturalist 1: 133-135.

Robinson, A. (1965). Feeding notes on the white tailed black cockatoo. Western Australia Naturalist 9: 169-170.

Saunders, D.A. (1974). Sub-speciation in the white-tailed black cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus baudinii, in Western Australia. Australian Wildlife Research 1: 55-69.

Saunders, D.A. (1979) The biology of the short-billed form of the white-tailed black cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus funereus latirostris. PhD Thesis. University of Western Australia.

Saunders, D.A. (1979). The availability of tree hollows for use as nest sites by white-tailed black cockatoos. Australian Wildlife Research 6: 205-216.

Saunders, D.A. (1980). Food and movements of the short-billed form of the white-tailed black cockatoo. Australian Wildlife Research 7: 257-269.

Saunders, D.A. (1986). Breeding season, nesting success and nestling growth in Carnaby's cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus funereus latirostris, over 16 years at Coomallo Creek, and a method for assessing the viability of populations in other areas. Australian Wildlife Research 13: 261-273.

Scott, J.K. and Black, R. (1981). Selective predation by white-tailed black cockatoos on fruit of Banksia attenuata containing seed-eating weevil Alphitopis nivea. Australian Wildlife Research 8: 421-430.

Scott, R (2010). Plants used by Carnaby’s Black-cockatoo, south and south eastern regions. Unpublished Report. Birds Australia.

Shah, B. (2006). Conservation of Carnaby's Black-cockatoo on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia Project Report, Birds Australia Western Australia, Perth.

Valentine, L.E. and Stock, W. (2008). Food resources of Carnaby's black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris) in the Gnangara sustainability strategy study area. Report to Forest Products Commission. Centre for Ecosystem Management, Edith Cowan University and the Department of Environment and Conservation, Perth.

van Leeuwen, S.J. and Lamont, B.B. (1996). Floral damage by animals and its impact on reproductive success in Banksia tricuspis Meisner (Proteaceae). In: Hopper, S.D., J.A. Chappill, M.S. Harvey, and A.S. George, eds. Gondwanan Heritage: Past, Present and Future of the Western Australian Biota. PP 196-202. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton, New South Wales.

Witkowski, E.T.F., Lamont, B.B. and Obbens, F.J. (1994). Commercial picking of Banksia hookeriana in the wild reduces subsequent shoot, flower and seed production. Journal of applied Ecology 31: 508-520.

Witkowski, E.T.F. and Lamont, B.B. (1996). Nutrient losses from commercial picking and cockatoo removal of Banksia hookeriana blooms at the organ, plant and site levels. Journal of applied Ecology 33: 131-140.