The white and the sulphur-crested are likely the two cockatoo species you’re most familiar with. In fact, it wasn’t until a couple of months ago – while researching Australian state and territory flora and fauna emblems – that we became aware of this bird’s existence.
The gang-gang cockatoo is found in only a small area of forests and wetlands in the south-eastern region of Australia. They also happen to be the animal emblem of the Australian Capital Territory.
The females all grey in colour, while the male gang-gang cockatoos are grey with a red head and crest.
Due to their small population and little public awareness of the species, there are few tattoos of the gang-gang cockatoo online, but are you looking to change that?