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Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo ...a number of threats have contributed to the decline in population numbers of these West Australian birds including habitat loss and competitive species. Exact poulation numbers are unkown, the WWF says, but it is known that their numbers have declined by over 50 per cent in the past 45 years.

Put it down to human intervention, global warming, introduced species… whatever the reason, Australia is on the verge of losing these endang.

Loud birds in the hood! A commonly seen native Australian bird is the iconic Sulpher-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) affectionately known as a "cocky". Indeed they can be found over much of eastern Australia from Tasmania in the south to the tropical Northern Territory. Their raucous screeches, characteristic crest and almost casual way of flying easily identifies them from other birds and other types of cockatoos. One of these cockatoos was in the movie Iron Man 2, as the bad guy's pet.

Loud birds in the hood! A commonly seen native Australian bird is the iconic Sulpher-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita) affectionately known as a "cocky". Indeed they can be found over much of eastern Australia from Tasmania in the south to the tropical Northern Territory. Their raucous screeches, characteristic crest and almost casual way of flying easily identifies them from other birds and other types of cockatoos. One of these cockatoos was in the movie Iron Man 2, as the bad guy's pet.

Foto bico-de-lacre (Estrilda astrild) por Allisson Cafeseiro

Foto bico-de-lacre (Estrilda astrild) por Allisson Cafeseiro

Western Thornbill

Image 22631 of Western Thornbill by Douglas Coughran

Superb fairy-wrens sing tunes to their eggs that contain unique notes, which act as familial passwords. Embryonic chicks are able to learn these notes and incorporate them into their begging calls after they hatch! Photo © birdsaspoetry/flickr

These two Fairy-wrens are too cute for words! Fairy-wrens sing tunes to their eggs that contain unique notes, which act as familial passwords. Embryonic chicks are able to learn these notes and incorporate them into their begging calls after they hatch!

Coffee Owls . . .  LOL

Funny pictures about Coffee Owls. Oh, and cool pics about Coffee Owls. Also, Coffee Owls.

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