Kangaroo Island really copped it in the Black Summer bushfires. Key feeding habitats for the Glossy Black Cockatoo were lost, but on the upside, the birds have moved on to some new spots - sheoak forests that were replanted up to 30 years ago to rehabilitate habitat on land that was cleared. 'It’s amazing to think that conservation initiatives from so long ago are having such an important impact today,' says Julie. 'This is what we need to be doing - caring for the land today so that we can sustain biodiversity in the future.' 

The Big Picture Collective is donating to the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Network, who work to protect and restore habitat, prevent wildlife trauma and keep wildlife in the wild.

Glossy Black Cockatoo

$595.00Price
  • We print on acid-free archival Canson paper using the latest pigment ink printing technology. That’s what the best art museums use to achieve vibrant colour, brightness, clarity and longevity. 

    The paper is 310 gsm cotton rag which makes for a smooth, matte finish. 

    Every digitally printed artwork is signed and numbered by Julie and available in two sizes. 

    70 x 70cm is $595 

    40 x 40cm is $275