Carnaby’s White-Tailed Black Cockatoo

Brief introduction: Zanda latirosis Short-billed black cockatoo Found in the semi-arid woodlands and shrublands of South West WA (Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions 2017). distinguished from Baudin’s White Tailed Black Cockatoo by their shorter beak, larger body size and call (Forshaw 2006) Behavior: an active species that enjoys foraging and chewing particularly dense vegetation and is able to fly long distances in either pairs of flocks. The situation of the wild population: listed as endangered by IUCN with an estimated 20,000-52,000 individuals (BirdLife International 2021) Listed as endangered by the WA government (Department of the Environment 2022) Habitat loss,

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