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Posted By: RobG, 03-02-2019, 03:38 AM


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Good capture of an interesting looking bird.
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Good capture of an interesting looking bird.
Thanks! They are very playful and intelligent as well as easily bored. They amuse themselves by pulling the rubber linings out of street lights. I've seen a couple of them playing on the lawn in a park, looking more like puppies than birds!
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nice shot Rob, playful little guys for sure, I think the more there are the wilder the party gets

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Very nice photo Rob!
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They are very playful and intelligent as well as easily bored.
I am quite familiar with Cockatoos' intelligence as well as boredom, I have a 26 year old Citron Cockatoo. I am sure you Australian's get a kick out of us Cockatoo owners, wondering why in the world someone would keep them as pets. I often wonder the same thing!
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nice shot Rob, playful little guys for sure, I think the more there are the wilder the party gets
Thanks - true! They are more boisterous in flocks.

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Very nice photo Rob! I am quite familiar with Cockatoos' intelligence as well as boredom, I have a 26 year old Citron Cockatoo. I am sure you Australian's get a kick out of us Cockatoo owners, wondering why in the world someone would keep them as pets. I often wonder the same thing!
Thanks! Australians keep them as pets too!
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