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Sexes are alike. General plumage is white, with strong yellow wash under wings and tail. Has dull red feathering between eye and bill. Bare blue-grey to whitish skin around the eye. Eye dark brown, redder in female. Bill is bone-coloured. Feet and toes are mid-grey.
Northwestern Australia, southeast through central Australia to Flinders - Mt. Lofty Ranges and Murray-Darling basin. Coastal and subcoastal Western Australia from Pilbara to Lake Muir. In a park at Nanango, these Little Corellas were swinging from the Eucalyptus. Also Galah, Magpie and Peewee about. This park also has a creek behind it and a small dam, with an island.
Little Corellas have more than ten calls. An unforgettable, raucous screech is the most common alarm call; a three- syllable, wavering contact call in flight; a range of raucous calls when coming in to/or roosting. These little 'blokes' where having a very noisy, gregarious time, in the rain. Reference:- Reader's Digest Complete Book of Australian Birds. Photos have been edited and last photo was taken on the 3/8/2019