Very like the Little Corella I showed you a few weeks ago
but a bit larger and more colourful, the Long-billed Corella,
Cacatua tenuirostris, is a seed eater and, as you can see, digs
up lawns with it's long, sharp bill. People with lawns tend to
complain when a whole flock of them attack their precious
to look at one as though they were planning to play some
trick on you.
in the post below.
of their breeding plumage, their cheeky strut and occasional hop.
In large numbers in grain growing country they can become
very destructive to the crop but here in a National Park I
welcome the sight of them.
Do join World Bird Wednesday hosted by Springman, just click on
the Logo at right and get to see a lot of birds you have never seen
before or have no access to on your home turf.