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Old 04-26-2018, 12:53 PM
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Amazing photos! Thank you for sharing them! I always enjoy the birds that come to the yard but really being able to study them as one can in your photos is a nice switch to seeing them hopping and flying.
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Wonderful, thanks to both of you.
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Awesome pics I love birds like I love my orc**ds lol
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Hey Birdbrain, what species of cockatoo is that ?
It looks intriguing.

We have sulphur crested cockatoos, corellas and galahs (rosey chested cockatoos) flying around our neighbourhood.

I like the galahs, the corellas are Ok, but the sulphur crested cockatoos drive us nuts. We have about 150 of them roost in the tall spotted gum trees in our back yard and the neighbours yards. They make a terrible noise, make a mess everywhere, fly down and damage our fruit trees, and rip strips of timber off our house. Iíve been trying to gently suggest to them that they go roost somewhere else using recorded eagle calls but they wonít take the hint.

I donít doubt they are very engaging pets however.

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Hi down under how exciting to hear from someone in Australia. Yes cockatoo are very noisy destructive in captivity I can only imagine how they would be in the wild. For me because I don't get to experience it,it would amazing to experience them In the wild. I've read in a parrot magazine that farmers down under would have an "open season" on cockatoos because of there destruction. That was 20+ years ago I hope with all the devastating habitat destruction they would some what protected now. Thank you I loved reading your thread. So long from Medford oregon usa

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