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  • MyToos.com
    Provides a warning to all prospective cockatoo owners, with stories, behavioral problems, how to properly care for them, health issues, and other insights.
    www.mytoos.com
  • Wikipedia: Cockatoo
    Article describing the cockatoo, including its status as an endangered species, evolution, and other trivia.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cockatoo
  • CKC Birds
    Offers information on keeping cockatoos as pets as well as different breeds including, Australian, lesser sulphur crested, Ducorps, and hand reared.
    www.ckcbirds.co.uk
  • Australian Galah
    Features information about the Australian pink cockatoo, the Galah; learn about the tropical bird's diet, nesting, range, habitat, appearance, and more.
    galah.galahs.com.au
  • Animal World: Cockatoo Care
    Features cockatoo care, housing, feeding, training, and breeding articles.
    animal-world.com/encyclo/birds/cockatoos/CockatoosProfile.htm
  • Bonus
    Personal page of an umbrella cockatoo (cacatua alba).
    www.theumbrellacockatoo.com
  • Cockatoo Heaven
    Cockatoo care and training tips, characteristics, breeding information, and more.
    www.birdsnways.com/cockatoo
  • Whacker of Woodside
    Provides photos and the story of an Australian native Galah (Rose Breasted Cockatoo) that was saved as an injured baby bird, and lives with humans in the Adelaide Hills.
    whackerofwoodside.com
  • Glossy Black-Cockatoo Project, The
    Gold Coast, Australia community initiated project, established to research and protect the endangered, native Glossy Black-Cockatoo.
    www.glossyblacks.org.au
  • Tooz Talk
    Cockatoo chat by Birds n Ways, where pet bird owners and breeders can share cockatoo stories, ask questions, exchange information, debate issues, and offer support and empathy to others.
    www.birdsnway.com/boards/2t
 




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