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This red-tailed black cockatoo had just finished screeching and putting on a boisterous display. His feathers were still ruffled and yet to settle as he gave a ...
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This red-tailed black cockatoo had just finished screeching and putting on a boisterous display. His feathers were still ruffled and yet to settle as he gave a cheeky look from behind.
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Daisy00
 
Daisy00 November 07, 2017
Awesome shot!
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sallyG11 November 08, 2017
Thanks Daisy, he's very handsome!
IreneNo Ultimate
 
IreneNo June 18, 2018
Is he a Major Mitchell
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sallyG11 June 19, 2018
No, he's a red-tailed Black Cockatoo. The Major Mitchell is a pink cockatoo with a pink face/chest and under wing with a very brightly coloured crest when raised. Unfortunately I've not been able to capture one yet, they're not common in this area as they like dry inland areas.
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