‘Cockatwos’ at Balyang Sanctuary.

cockatoos_WEBA cheeky pair of sulphur-crested cockatoos (Cacatua galerita) peek out of their nesting hollow in Balyang Sanctuary in Geelong, Victoria.
Image Credit: Photograph by Danielle Bamforth
This week’s reader photo was taken by Danielle in Geelong, Victoria.
“I love photographing birds! This is a couple of wild sulphur-crested Cockatoos (Cacatua galerita) I photographed at Balyang Sanctuary in Geelong, Victoria.
I just love their pose and expression in this shot; they almost look like twins!
They nest in that tree hollow and can’t wait until I see the next lot of little ones emerge from their cozy little hollow, with their heads poking out,” she says.
via Reader photo: cockatoos – Australian Geographic.

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