Unusual cockatoo

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Subject: Unusual cockatoo
From: Dave Torr <>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2014 07:06:27 +1000
A friend of mine has pictures of a what appears to be a Sulphur-crested
Cockatoo with an orange crest, taken at Eynesbury (west of Melbourne). She
is interested to know if this is likely to be a natural mutation or whether
it has been deliberately bred that way and then escaped?
I can supply a photo if anyone wants to see
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