Baudin's black cockatoo

Baudin's black cockatoo

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Zanda baudinii

Baudin's black cockatoo, also known as Baudin's cockatoo or the long-billed black cockatoo, is a species of genus Zanda found in southwest Australia. The epithet commemorates the French explorer Nicolas Baudin. It has a short crest on the top of its head, and the plumage is mostly greyish black. It has prominent white cheek patches and a white tail band. The body feathers are edged with white giving a scalloped appearance. Adult males have a dark grey beak and pink eye-rings. Adult females have a bone coloured beak, grey eye-rings and ear patches that are paler than those of the males.

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References

1. Baudin's black cockatoo Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baudin's_black_cockatoo
2. Baudin's black cockatoo on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22684727/93043870

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