Sulphur Crests!

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Here are more beautiful photos from Cindy Knoke!

with sulphur tails,

feast on pine tree cones,

by bush lagoons,

in large flocks.

Scribbly Gum Trees,

are resting places,

for noisy cockatoos!

Cheers to you from Australia’s gorgeous & vocal, sulphur crested cockatoos~

Note: Scribbly Gum are a type of NSW eucalyptus tree that have distinctive scribbles on their bark left by larval scribbly gum moths.

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