Captured on an early morning walk, this Little Corella, feasting on those fruits in someone's front garden.
this one was on a reserve by the lake, along-with
these two, the one in front would seem to be one of the not-so-common Long-Billed Corellas Cacatua tenuirostris. Only thinking that because of the brilliant chest-feathers, since male and female of the other apparently have the same plumage.
Eastern Rosella Platycercus eximius when there had been a feeder-stn here; removed ultimately because it also attracted a few of the sneeky (introduced), Common Mynah birds; not a desirable bird. I'm working at trying to get more recent photos of the rosellas around here, but they're especially timid.
Out on a limb, only just in range, you get the idea.....
and finally, the Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo Cacatua galerita. I've got a single blog-post worth of photographs of these to share some time.
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