- From Wiradhuri. (Wiktionary)
“A subspecies of western corella, Cacatua pastinator pastinator is also found in this ecoregion, with fewer than 2,500 mature birds present.”
“With darkness silence and stillness return, but then some idiot corella falls off the rotten twig on which it has perched and the whole white flock wheels screeching into the air again.”
“A cold southerly wind rustled through the coolabah trees with a sweet hissing sound as a corella squawked into a colourless sky.”
“Maybe they could be a new tourism idea - the corella cull," she said.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘corella’.
birds with singular names from
at least 9 English dictionaries
Critters observed by me in and around Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Native wildlife only.
A work in progress....Birds from around the world (other than endemic to North America).
Culling my "Learned (or Encountered) in Reading" list. Thanks for the idea, yarb.
Looking for tweets for corella.