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Ducorp’s Cockatoo

Cacatua ducorpsii

Also known as the Solomon’s cockatoo, the Ducorp’s cockatoo is a member of the parrot family ‘Psittacidae’.

measurements

Measurements

Size: Around 30cm
Weight: Around 360g

habitat

Habitat

The Ducorp’s cockatoo can be found living in the rainforests, cleared areas and even gardens of Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.

diet

Diet

Their food consists of seeds, nuts, fruits, berries, blossoms, leaf buds and insects and their larvae.

behaviour

Breeding

In the wild breeding takes place between August and November. Nests are made in hollow trees. The eggs are incubated for around 25 days.

threat

Conservation

Ducorp’s cockatoos are not considered to be endangered as, although their exact numbers are unknown, their population is believed to be stable in the wild.

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