The Sulphur-crested Cockatoo is a large white parrot. It has a dark grey-black bill, a distinctive sulfur-yellow crest and a yellow wash on the underside of the wings. Sexes are similar, although the female can be separated at close range by its red-brown eye (darker brown in the male). This is a noisy and conspicuous cockatoo, both at rest and in flight. Young Sulphur-crested Cockatoos resemble the adults.
Sulphur Crested Cockatoo Eggs
The eggs are laid in a suitable tree hollow, which is prepared by both sexes. Both birds also incubate and care for the chicks. The chicks remain with the parents all year round and family groups will stay together indefinitely.
Category: Fertile Bird/Parrot Eggs