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Cockatoo KIDS Club is for all kids who enjoy getting outdoors and are 'Wild about Wildlife!' KIDS will discover why cockatoos and other native wildlife are so special and what they can do to help.
If you like having lots of fun, making new friends and sharing ideas on how to care for the environment then Cockatoo KIDS Club is for YOU!
Friday 6 and 13 July.
Suitable for KIDS aged 6-15 years.
Morning tea provided!
Cost: FREE for CKC members, Non-members $15.
Bring: Hat, water bottle, old closed in shoes.
RSVP required: 08 9417 7105 or email@example.com
Visit nativearc.org.au for further info.
172 Hope Road,
Bibra Lake WA 6163
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The Cockatoo KIDS Club is a great way for kids to:
have fun outdoors
explore the natural environment
discover why cockatoos and other native wildlife are so special
tell their friends and family about wildlife • care for the environment
make a difference!
If you like having lots of fun, making new friends and sharing ideas on how to care for the environment the Cockatoo KIDS Club is for YOU! For KIDS aged 6-15 years
Western Australia is home to three species of black cockatoos, the Carnaby’s, Baudin’s and Forest Redtailed Black Cockatoo. Not long ago, these magnificent birds filled the skies. Sadly, mainly due to habitat loss, they are now under threat of extinction and desperately need our help.
It’s easy! All it takes to become a ‘Cockatoo KID’ is to complete the enclosed application form and pay the yearly membership fee. We will send you your starter Cockatoo KID pack in the mail.
You become part of a great team of Cockatoo KIDS who receive the following benefits.
Phone 08 9417 7105
The Cockatoo KIDS Club is a collaboration between the City of Canning, the City of Cockburn, the Canning River Eco Education Centre, Native ARC and Millennium Kids. The Cockatoo KIDS Club operates in both the Canning and Cockburn districts.
9 Coleville Crescent,
Po Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965