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Gang-gang Cockatoo
Callocephalon fimbriatum

Cockatoo communication

Cockatoos communicate using vocalisations and body language, often raising their crests in greeting, excitement or alarm.

Escaping the heat

During the hottest part of the day, gang-gangs will sit still among the branches of a eucalypt for hours, perhaps joining in mutual grooming.

What’s on the menu?

Gang-gangs feed mainly on the seeds of native shrubs and trees, including eucalyptus, acacias, cypress pine and introduced hawthorn species. They crack seed capsules open with their strong beaks and bite off clusters of berries or seeds, holding them in one foot to eat.

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