The Best of Times: A Cockatoo Ponders

22 Aug
What a Life

What a Life

Sunshine, friends, and a glorious vantage point. What more could this engaging chap ask for?

The life of a wild, sulphur-crested cockatoo has its advantages.

Just as well, for these birds are very long-lived.

And, with their comical looks and raucous cries, they certainly make their presence felt. 🙂

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6 Responses to “The Best of Times: A Cockatoo Ponders”

  1. Uncle Tree August 22, 2014 at 12:16 am #

    Now that is cute! A couple o’ buddies.

  2. fluidicthought August 22, 2014 at 3:28 am #

    I love cockatoos. I stayed at a place where cockatoos were kept in large bird aviaries. I detested the sight of these (or any) birds behind wire and became quite distressed walking past the aviaries to get to my vehicle. Sometimes I stood outside the enclosures and talked to the resident cockatoo. Sometimes I entered the cages so I could touch any that came up to me. Always cautiously though, as I’d seen one of the birds chase after and bite a bloke who had gone into the aviary to clean it 🙂 Letting them loose came to mind (yeah, naughty huh) however a caged bird would not last long in the wild I guess.

    • Margaret Lynette Sharp August 22, 2014 at 5:14 am #

      It’s pathetic to see cockatoos caged. They are so happy in the wild, and such large birds. I understand your temptation to set them free, but you’re probably right. They may not be able to survive.

  3. davidprosser August 22, 2014 at 5:23 am #

    Is this the King surveying his demesne or the watchful guard atop the battlements? He’s certainly paying attention. Such beautiful birds.
    xxx Mammoth Hugs xxx

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