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Little Corella

Cacatua sanguinea


Little Corellas are mostly white, with a fleshy blue eye-ring and a pale rose-pink patch between the eye and bill. In flight, a bright sulphur-yellow wash can be seen on the underwing and under tail. The sexes are similar in plumage, and young birds look like the adults, but are slightly smaller.


Little Corellas are widespread throughout Australia, although large gaps separate some populations. The Little Corella is the most widely distributed of the three corella species found in Australia. The Western Corella is confined the extreme south-west of Western Australia, and the Long-billed Corella is found in the south-east.

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Uncle Minty
Uncle Minty 12 years ago


Twinkle 12 years ago

this bird looks so regal...nice photo ;)

Uncle Minty
Uncle Minty 12 years ago

Thank you!

Stian Waaler
Stian Waaler 12 years ago

Fantastic picture Uncle Minty!

Uncle Minty
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Uncle Minty

4565, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Jan 8, 2012
Submitted on Jan 8, 2012

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