Correlation between week of arrival of Carnaby’s Cockatoo at Koobabbie each year (1987–2013), and total autumn rainfall (March-May) each year at Badgingarra Research Station. Rainfall from this station has been used as the birds spend their non-breeding season on the coastal plain from Badgingarra northwards.

  Part of: Saunders D, Dawson R, Doley A, Lauri J, Le Souef A, Mawson P, Warren K, White N (2014) Nature conservation on agricultural land: a case study of the endangered Carnaby’s Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus latirostris breeding at Koobabbie in the northern wheatbelt of Western Australia. Nature Conservation 9: 19-43.