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Iconic Gang-gang cockatoos, known for their stunning red crest and distinctive call, have long been celebrated as a symbol of Australia's unique wildlife. Renowned for their striking appearance and charismatic presence, these beautiful birds have captured the imagination of artists and bird enthusiasts alike, becoming a beloved subject in paintings, sculptures, and various forms of creative expression. With their graceful demeanour and vibrant plumage, Gang-gang cockatoos have undeniably secured their place as an emblem of the rich natural heritage, especially throughout their distribution range.
Gang-gang Cockatoos are native to south-eastern Australia and are widespread in eastern New South Wales and southern Victoria. They were also introduced to Kangaroo Island in South Australia.
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Iconic Gang-gang cockatoos, known for their stunning red crest and distinctive call, have long been celebrated as a symbol of Australia's unique wildlife. Renowned for their striking appearance and charismatic presence, these beautiful birds have captured the imagination of artists and bird enthusiasts alike, becoming a beloved subject in paintings, sculptures, and various forms of creative expression. With their graceful demeanour and vibrant plumage, Gang-gang cockatoos have undeniably secured their place as an emblem of the rich natural heritage, especially throughout their distribution range. <br />
Gang-gang Cockatoos are native to south-eastern Australia and are widespread in eastern New South Wales and southern Victoria. They were also introduced to Kangaroo Island in South Australia.