The sulphur crested cockatoo tends to come around alone to gardens, though found in trees, on wing and fields in flocks. They come for lemons, to rip apart for seeds, they come for passionfruit occasionally, again for seeds. They come especially for sunflowers. This is a window view of a happy sunflower seed breakfaster, looking northwest, 7am Sunday 1 February.
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