Corella nesting in an old gum tree - about 20 metres above the ground.
The Little Corella is a white cockatoo with very small crest. Has pink throat feathers. It is smaller than the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo.
35 - 40cm (about same size as Galah)
Open countryside near water (creeks, dams).
fruit, seeds, nuts, berries, plant shoots and roots, grubs.
nests in hollow tree. 3-4 white eggs
Common Name:Little Corella
Relatives in same Genus
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo (C. galerita)
Major Mitchell's Cockatoo (C. leadbeateri)
Western Corella (C. pastinator)
Galah (C. roseicapilla)
Long-billed Corella (C. tenuirostris)
(Source www.ozanimals.com )