Black Palm Cockatoos are endangered, but loving friends The Black Palm Cockatoo is considered to be the most beautiful of the Cockatoos. However, the Palm Cockatoo is endangered in the wild and is mostly kept for breeding purposes. While the Palm Cockatoo is known for being loving and affectionate, just like any Cockatoo, they are […]
Blue-Eyed Cockatoos are rare, but wonderful friends The Blue-Eyed Cockatoo is extremely rare, but is known to be one of the friendliest and most playful of the Cockatoos. However, just like any Cockatoo, they are also very needy. If you own a Cockatoo, then you know why they are called the “love sponges” of the […]
Bare-Eyed Cockatoos are fun and independent friends The Bare Eyed Cockatoo is often overlooked because of its appearance, but this fascinating species is fun, comical, and more independent than some other Cockatoo species. They are content to play on their own and are less likely to become overly demanding than some of the other Cockatoos, […]
Cockatoos are cuddly, but needy friends If you own a Cockatoo, then you know why they are called the “love sponges” of the parrots. And you also know that they are the most needy of all the pet birds and often love their owners too much. These birds make great pets, but ONLY if you are […]
The funniest Cockatoo videos all in one place! Want a good laugh? This Cockatoo video page shows all the best videos of Cockatoos doing what they do best–entertaining! If you want to learn more about Cockatoos and whether or not a Cockatoo is right for you, check out our Cockatoo page. Enjoy! “Frostie The Cockatoo […]
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