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Fun Cockatoo Facts

Cockatoos are some of the most interesting domesticated birds and also some of the most common. Even though you might know these friendly birds because of their bubbly personalities, we can bet you don’t know everything about these little flyers!

Here are a baker’s dozen of the most fascinating facts we could find about cockatoos. These birds are amazing in every way—and even versatile. Let’s dig in

cockatoos are one of the most popular domesticated birds, but they come with a spicy attitude as well. Having a cockatoo is a lot like having a rambunctious toddler. They require a lot of your attention and love to push the boundaries at every turn

Cockatoo The Noisy and Loudest Parrots

Cockatoos are popular pets. They are smart, curious and funny. But before you get a cockatoo for a pet, you need to know a few things. First, they live a long time – from 50 to 80 years. Can you take care of a pet for that long? Cockatoos need a lot of attention or they become unhappy. Plan to play with your cockatoo every day. Finally, cockatoos need a large cage and plenty of toys

White cockatoo bidrs

Four of the Australian species are predominantly white in colour including the very familiar and spectacular Sulphur-crested Cockatoos. These noisy birds feed on berries, seeds, nuts and roots. They’re equally at home in the city and in the bush

Cockatoo, also called ‘velcro birds’ are highly sociable and love to be near people. They are a loving, but certainly demanding bird species. They have certain features that make them stand out from other species of parrot including their dramatic crest feathers in varying shades of gray, white, black, and pink. Their size can be anywhere between medium to large.

There are 21 cockatoo species belonging to the Cacatuide family. These cockatoo species, such as the red-tailed black cockatoo, the sulfur-crested cockatoo, the yellow-crested cockatoos, palm cockatoos, the white cockatoos, and the black cockatoo, have native ranges in Australasia, Australia, New Guinea, Indonesia, and the Solomon Islands.

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