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Sulphur Crested Cockatoo

Cacatua galerita

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patty 8 years ago

Seems a nice place to walk around =). Greetings

Craig Stone
Craig Stone 8 years ago

Hi Patty.
Yep these birds are wild ones. There are a lot of trees in the area so there are lots of birds. Ranging from Sulphur Crested Cockatoos, Crows (nesting and making lots of noise and chasing the neighbours cat), Kookaburras, Laceneck doves, Indian Miner Birds, Magpies, Top Notch Pigeons (aka the stupid birds, because when they are walking on the road and get frightened, they don't run off the road, they just run along straight in front of you looking back hoping you wont run over them. Eventually they remember they have wings and fly out of the way :)

patty 8 years ago

Lovely series of pictures and fabulous spotting! It must have been nice to see all those beautiful birds together. I especially liked the second and third picture but all of them are very nice. Are all these beautiful birds flying freely around australia? They are lovely. Greetings

Craig Stone
Spotted by
Craig Stone

4157, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Jul 11, 2011
Submitted on Oct 8, 2011

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