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The Bindoon-Julimar IBA supports at least 1% of the breeding population of the endangered Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo. The IBA boundaries are defined by native vegetation known or expected to support nesting and feeding birds in a number of reserves, private land and a Department of Defence training area in south-west Western Australia. Black-cockatoos nesting in this IBA utilise native plants as a food source but also utilise native vegetation on nearby road verges. This IBA supports the largest known population of breeding Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo. Native vegetation is in good condition and there are low numbers of nest competitors such as Galah, corellas and feral bees. Pasture, crops, non-native plants and weed species are excluded from the IBA. The area has a Mediterranean climate.
There has been a single recent record of the biome-restricted Regent Parrot in the IBA (Atlas of Australian Birds database).
Non-bird biodiversity: This large IBA is likely to contain a number of other threatened flora and fauna. Details of these are available from the Department of Environment and Conservation, Threatened Species and Communities Branch.
BirdLife International (2021) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Bindoon-Julimar. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 27/01/2021.