Fleurieu Living Magazine

Creek crusaders

The Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo is a fitting totem for the McLaren Vale Biodiversity Project. The birds require large ‘hollow bearing’ eucalypts with an average age of over 200 years and the hollows themselves need to be approximately sixty centimetres deep.

MVBDP was conceived as a collaboration between the community group, Friends of

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