Bare-Eyed Cockatoos


Bare-Eyed Cockatoos

Also known as the Little Corella, Short-billed Corella, Blood-stained Cockatoo, or Little Cockatoo, the Bare-Eyed Cockatoo is a smaller species of cockatoo native to Australia and southern New Guinea. Little Corella for sale

These birds are named for the distinctive bare, blue patch of skin around their eyes.

Here are some of their characteristics:

  • Appearance:
    • Primarily white with a touch of salmon-pink on their face
    • Horn-colored beaks
    • Gray-blue patches around their eyes
    • Males are slightly larger than females and have somewhat larger eye patches
    • Medium-sized parrots, with a body length of 14-16 inches (35–41 cm) and a wingspan of 28–32 inches (71–81 cm)
  • Behavior:
    • Social birds that prefer to be out of their cage interacting with their owners
    • Playful and intelligent
    • Known for their curiosity and love to chew
    • Less likely to scream than some other cockatoo species, making them a good choice for apartment dwellers
    • Can mimic sounds and speech, though not to the same extent as some other parrots
  • Care:
    • Require a lot of attention and mental stimulation
    • Need a large cage or aviary to fly and exercise
    • A healthy diet of pellets, fruits, vegetables, and nuts
    • Regular veterinary checkups

Bare-Eyed Cockatoos can live up to 40 years in captivity. If you are looking for a social, intelligent, and relatively low-maintenance cockatoo, the Bare-Eyed Cockatoo may be a good choice for you. However, it is important to do your research before getting any pet bird, as they all have specific needs that must be met. Buy Bare-Eyed Cockatoos