Melba

© Leila Jeffreys ~ 'Melba' Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo ~ 2012 c type photograph on archival fibre based cotton rag paper at Tim Olsen Gallery Sydney Australia

All of these images were photographed in the wild.  I love observing wildlife & nature and try and be 'invisible' and make less disturbance as possible.  I shoo

All of these images were photographed in the wild. I love observing wildlife & nature and try and be 'invisible' and make less disturbance as possible. I shoo

All of these images were photographed in the wild.  I love observing wildlife & nature and try and be 'invisible' and make less disturbance as possible.  I shoo

All of these images were photographed in the wild. I love observing wildlife & nature and try and be 'invisible' and make less disturbance as possible. I shoo

50cm x 40cm

Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo art - bird art by Australian graphic designers Eggpicnic.

A SICK, yellow-tailed black cockatoo fledgling found ­orphaned at Marrickville Park two weeks ago is now thriving.

A SICK, yellow-tailed black cockatoo fledgling found orphaned at Marrickville Park two weeks ago is now thriving.

A yellow-tailed black cockatoo, weak and unable to feed herself, was found at Marrickville Park in Sydney.

A yellow-tailed black cockatoo, weak and unable to feed herself, was found at Marrickville Park in Sydney.

A RARE orphaned yellowtailed black cockatoo chick found injured at Marrickville Park earlier this year has made a remarkable recovery, defying expectations she was too malnourished to survive.

A RARE orphaned yellowtailed black cockatoo chick found injured at Marrickville Park earlier this year has made a remarkable recovery, defying expectations she was too malnourished to survive.

This is the story of Opal, a  juvenile Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo.  I'm a wildlife carer and have been nursing her back to health since June.  She was found on the ground, very weak and unable to feed herself.  Lucky for Opal a member of the public noticed her and alerted my local wildlife resc...

This is the story of Opal, a juvenile Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo. I'm a wildlife carer and have been nursing her back to health since June. She was found on the ground, very weak and unable to feed herself. Lucky for Opal a member of the public noticed her and alerted my local wildlife resc...

Opal, A3 Photographic Fine Art Print

Opal - the Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo - bird photography print by nature photographer and wildlife carer Angela Roberston-Buchanan.


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