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Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo

Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo (Image ID 36532)
Photographed byAlan Burdett in Jun, 2019 and uploaded on Wed 11th Sep, 2019 .
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ID36532
CommentThis Red tailed Black Cockatoo is feeding on Cape Lilac Tree (also called White Cedar). The plumage of this bird is the result of a mutation that has caused the loss of one or more pigments in some feathers and is often referred to as Leucism in birds . This bird has been observed in Bunbury for the last two seasons, and is often in the company of 6 -14 other Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos.
EquipmentCanon 6D Mark 11
LocationBunbury, Western Australia, Western Australia
Keywordsfeeding, adult
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