Baudin’s White-Tailed Black Cockatoo

Brief introduction: Zanda baudini long-billed black cockatoo Found in the dense forests of South West WA (Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions 2017) distinguished from Carnaby’s White Tailed Black Cockatoo by their longer beak, smaller body size and call (Forshaw 2006). Behaviour: The large of the two White-tailed Black Cockatoo species thoroughly enjoy using their long bill to dismantle even the hardest of timber and nuts. Having a longer slender beak they are able to reach deep inside native eucalyptus nuts and are able to investigate for seeds and grubs where many species of parrots are not able to access.

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