Yellow tail black cockatoo parrots For Sale

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For all yellow-tailed black cockatoo parrot is 55–65 cm (22–26 in) in length and 750–900 grams in weight. It has a short mobile crest on the top of its head, and the plumage is mostly brownish-black with paler feather margins  in the neck, nape, and wings, and pale yellow bands in the tail feathers. The tails of birds of subspecies funereus measure around 33 cm (13 in), with an average tail length 5 cm (2.0 in) longer than xanthanotus. Males funereus birds weigh on average around 731 g (1.612 lb) and females weigh about 800 g (1.8 lb) Birds of the xanthanotus race on the mainland average heavier than the Tasmanian birds; the males on the mainland weigh on average around 630 g and females 637 g (1.404 lb), while those on Tasmania average 583 and 585 g (1.290 lb) respectively. Both mainland and Tasmanian birds of the xanthanotus race average about 28 cm (11 in) in tail length. This plumage is a more solid brown-black in the eastern subspecies, while the southern race has more pronounced yellow scalloping on the underparts.

For the  males yellow-tailed black cockatoo parrots has a black bill, a dull yellow patch behind each eye, and pinkish or reddish eye-rings. The females have grey eye-rings, a horn-coloured bill, and brighter and more clearly defined yellow cheek-patches. immature birds have duller plumage overall, a horn-coloured bill, and grey eye-rings, The upper beak of the immature males darkens to black by two years of age, commencing at the base of the bill and spreading over ten weeks. The lower beak blackens later by four years of age. The elongated bill has a pointed maxilla (upper beak), suited to digging out grubs from tree branches and trunks. Records of the timing of the eye ring changing from grey to pink in male birds are sparse, but have been recorded anywhere from one to four years of age.  Australian farmer and amateur ornithologist proposed that the similarity between juvenile and females eye rings prevented adult males becoming aggressive to younger birds. They also observed the eye rings to flush brighter in aggressive males. moulting appears to take place in stages over the course of a year, and is poorly understood.

All the yellow-tailed black cockatoos parrot is distinguished from other dark-plumaged birds by its yellow tail and ear markings, and its contact call Parts of its range overlap with the ranges of two cockatoo species that have red tail banding, the red-tailed cockatoo and the glossy black cockatoo parrot. Crow species may appear similar when seen flying at a distance; however, crows have shorter tails, a quicker wing beat, and different calls.

All-yellow bird lacking black pigment was recorded in  New South Wales in December 1996, and it remained part of the local group of cockatoos parrot for 4 years. Birds with part-yellow plumage have been recorded from different areas

 

Feeding and diet

Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos feed in small to large flocks. Their favored foods are wood-boring larvae and seeds of native and introduced trees and ground plants.

 

Breeding behaviors

Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos have a long breeding season, which varies throughout their range. Both sexes construct the nest, which is a large tree hollow, lined with wood chips. The female alone incubates the eggs, while the male supplies her with food. Usually only one chick survives, and this will stay in the care of its parents for about six months.

  • Breeding season: Variable
  • Clutch size: 2
  • Time in nest: 168 days

 

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Banded: Yes
DNA Sex: Males/Females 

Age : 1 Year

Health Status: Come with all health certificate 

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For all yellow-tailed black cockatoo parrot is 55–65 cm (22–26 in) in length and 750–900 grams in weight. It has a short mobile crest on the top of its head, and the plumage is mostly brownish-black with paler feather margins  in the neck, nape, and wings, and pale yellow bands in the tail feathers. The tails of birds of subspecies funereus measure around 33 cm (13 in), with an average tail length 5 cm (2.0 in) longer than xanthanotus. Males funereus birds weigh on average around 731 g (1.612 lb) and females weigh about 800 g (1.8 lb).Birds of the xanthanotus race on the mainland average heavier than the Tasmanian birds; the males on the mainland weigh on average around 630 g and females 637 g (1.404 lb), while those on Tasmania average 583 and 585 g (1.290 lb) respectively. Both mainland and Tasmanian birds of the xanthanotus race average about 28 cm (11 in) in tail length. This plumage is a more solid brown-black in the eastern subspecies, while the southern race has more pronounced yellow scalloping on the underparts.

For the  males yellow-tailed black cockatoo parrots has a black bill, a dull yellow patch behind each eye, and pinkish or reddish eye-rings. The females have grey eye-rings, a horn-coloured bill, and brighter and more clearly defined yellow cheek-patches. immature birds have duller plumage overall, a horn-coloured bill, and grey eye-rings, The upper beak of the immature males darkens to black by two years of age, commencing at the base of the bill and spreading over ten weeks. The lower beak blackens later by four years of age. The elongated bill has a pointed maxilla (upper beak), suited to digging out grubs from tree branches and trunks. Records of the timing of the eye ring changing from grey to pink in male birds are sparse, but have been recorded anywhere from one to four years of age.  Australian farmer and amateur ornithologist proposed that the similarity between juvenile and females eye rings prevented adult males becoming aggressive to younger birds. They also observed the eye rings to flush brighter in aggressive males. moulting appears to take place in stages over the course of a year, and is poorly understood.

All the yellow-tailed black cockatoos parrot is distinguished from other dark-plumaged birds by its yellow tail and ear markings, and its contact call Parts of its range overlap with the ranges of two cockatoo species that have red tail banding, the red-tailed cockatoo and the glossy black cockatoo parrot. Crow species may appear similar when seen flying at a distance; however, crows have shorter tails, a quicker wing beat, and different calls.

All-yellow bird lacking black pigment was recorded in  New South Wales in December 1996, and it remained part of the local group of cockatoos parrot for 4 years. Birds with part-yellow plumage have been recorded from different areas

 

Feeding and diet

Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos feed in small to large flocks. Their favored foods are wood-boring larvae and seeds of native and introduced trees and ground plants.

 

Breeding behaviors

Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos have a long breeding season, which varies throughout their range. Both sexes construct the nest, which is a large tree hollow, lined with wood chips. The female alone incubates the eggs, while the male supplies her with food. Usually only one chick survives, and this will stay in the care of its parents for about six months.

  • Breeding season: Variable
  • Clutch size: 2
  • Time in nest: 168 days

 

We have the special Yellow tail black cockatoo parrots For Sale as listed.

Yellow tail black cockatoo parrots For Sale

Yellow tail black cockatoo parrots For Sale Online

Yellow tail black cockatoo parrots For Sale Near Me

Cheap Yellow tail black cockatoo parrots For Sale

Cheap Yellow tail black cockatoo parrots For Sale Online

Banded: Yes
DNA Sex: Males/Females 

Age : 1 Year

Health Status: Come with all health certificate 

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