Corella flocks descend on coastal areas as wildlife experts search for answers
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corella — or native white cockatoo — is making its presence felt in such large numbers across coastal towns and cities.
- Corellas can form huge flocks when searching for food and water, and travel large distances
- Once an inland bird, they now live in many coastal areas
- A large corella flock can cause human-wildlife conflict in urban areas
Gisella Kaplan, a professor of Animal Behaviour at the University of New England, said the migration pattern of the "brightest bird in the world", originally from inland Australia, was intriguing.