Expert Opinions

  “With reptiles there is a strong relationship between the number of different species occurring on bushland remnants and the size of the remnant. Smaller remnants have fewer species surviving long-term.” John Dell, zoologist   “This is some of the best remnant Jarrah woodland in the Perth Metropolitan Region.” Malcolm…

October 4th 2016

October 4th 2016 - Red tails in Spring Numbers of red-tails roosting at UWA Sports Park Brockway Road Shenton Park have risen to around 100. They have only to fly east across the road to be in Lot 4, and a little further to be in the bushland. There they…

Vehicle strikes on black cockatoos

Black cockatoos feed where there is food and often this food is close to roads. This Carnaby's cockatoo is feeding on a Banksia growing in the median strip of a busy road, Underwood Avenue, Shenton Park. Even though cockatoo signs have been erected, the speed limit on part of this…

Order prints

We've uploaded a few of Margaret Owen's favourite photos which are now able to be ordered online. It’s easy to order - simply choose your favourite photo, place your order and then the canvas, framed print, poster, iPhone cover or notebook will be delivered to your door. The Friends of Underwood Avenue…

Did you know?

DID YOU KNOW Almost every morning Forest Red-tailed Black-cockatoos fly east the 350 meters from their roost site into Underwood Bushland. They fly in twos, threes, fours or bigger groups. The groups of three are mother, father and youngster. Unlike the Carnaby’s Cockatoos, the red-tails do not leave the area…