Why not go a wandering in nature with ya Wall Pets?😂⠀
Hello Cocky, welcomes the sunrise! Wakey-wakey he calls as he cross's the sun-kissed morning sky.⠀
Australian Sulphur-crested cockatoo flies into your life to help ignite the purity of your spirit and is seen to be a messenger of light. Understands the powers of the sunrise, communication skills & inquisitiveness.
August 4th, 2017
Cunnamulla, Queensland, Australia
Canon EOS 1D X
Canon EF 600mm f4L IS II USM lens
Canon EF 1.4x III Extender
On the first arvo we arrived at Bowra we found a flock of 30-40 of these wonderful 'turbo chooks' foraging around the main lagoon.
This video of a Gang-gang cockatoo (Callocephalon fimbriatum) was captured by Jan Wagener @jan_wegener_. ‘These guys are pretty lazy, instead of picking off single berries; they always bite off a whole branch, hold it in their foot and then eat the berries,” says Jan. “Pretty good skills with their foot!” The males of these cockatoos are recognisable by their wispy red crest - the female crest is grey - and are found in the cooler and wetter forests and woodlands of Australia, particularly alpine bushland. They are also faunal emblem for the ACT, and utter long rasping screeches almost similar to a rusty hinge (much like the constant useless jabber of some politicians we know!). Thanks for sharing your video with us Jan! #australia#australianbush#australianwildlife#australianbirds#wildlifeofaustralia#cockatoo#ganggangcockatoo#australianbirdsofinstagram