Sulphur Crested Cockatoo In Flight

Sulphur Crested Cockatoo In Flight

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Some people keep them as pets and others consider them a pest but there’s no denying their character. Sulphur Crested Cockatoos can be found up and down the East Coast of Australia.

These Cockatoos are not hard to miss, screeching and getting up to no good. They’re not at all shy, make excellent talkers and have been known to completely demolish the eaves on houses or anything else they feel like vandalising.

Sulphur Crested Cockatoos are a very large parrot predominantly bright white with a yellow/sulphur crest that they flare out on occasion.

I took this photo from my balcony in Sydney of a Cockatoo taking off from a branch in the tree outside with a Nikon D810 and 70-200 VrII f2.8 lens on a high-speed shutter.

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