Long-billed Corella

Cacatua tenuirostris

This is a bird of S E Australia; the small population in Perth probably arises from aviary escapes. They sometimes form mixed flocks with Little Corellas and can be distinguished from that species by more orange-red colouration on the face and breast, and by their longer bill.

  • Length: 38-41 cm
  • Clutch Size: 2-4
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Drawings kindly provided by Pam. Photography and text by David Free. Audio clips provided by David Secomb.