From this distance they look and sound like white cockatoos, but technically they are corellas. A particularly noisy bunch, they arrive by the dozen I have to say, and quite destructive if they feel like it, tearing apart seed pods and vegetation to get to their favourite foody bits. They seem to like chewing on bits of timber trim and arriving en masse to harass shop customers with their squawking.
This pair is having a spell on the roof tower at Woolies, Tewantin.
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