Where's the gang-gang cockatoo?

By B.c Lewis
Updated July 28 2015 - 2:45pm, first published 12:00am
Blue Mountains birders like Mark Ley, pictured here at Martins Lookout in Springwood, despair of dramatically falling numbers of the gang-gang cockatoo.
Blue Mountains birders like Mark Ley, pictured here at Martins Lookout in Springwood, despair of dramatically falling numbers of the gang-gang cockatoo.
Pictured is an adult male gang-gang. The NSW Government's Office of Environment and Heritage has listed the gang-gangs as a vulnerable species in 2015 and numbers have dropped by up to 70 per cent in the Mountains after competition from other birds.
Pictured is an adult male gang-gang. The NSW Government's Office of Environment and Heritage has listed the gang-gangs as a vulnerable species in 2015 and numbers have dropped by up to 70 per cent in the Mountains after competition from other birds.

The gang-gang cockatoo is in decline.

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