Thomas Jackson - ‘Sulphur Crested Cockatoo’
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‘Sulphur Crested Cockatoo’
Water color and Gouache on Archers, 14.5" x 19.2"
One of the remarkable upsides to the Australian bush is its resilience and the inhabitants ability to adapt. Fires and other destructive natural occurrences destroy and create. The death of a tree becomes the birth of a home or habitat for others. One such animal that uses these hidey-holes is the Cockatoo. The cockatoo, (and many other native bird species) create their nests in tree knots or holes to raise their young and shelter them from predators and weather.