CENTURION Aviaries breeds two genus of the tribe Cacatuini. To the layman they are referred to as “cockatoo.” They are native to the Australian continent and Indonesian islands.

The Eolophus genus contains only one species, the Galah [also known as the Pink and Grey] and is one of the most common and widespread cockatoos. It can be found in open country in almost all parts of the mainland Australia.

The Cacatua genus and sub-genus of the same name include 9 different species. They are found in the wooded habitats from Wallacea east to the Bismark Archipelago and south to Australia. They are primarily large cockatoos with a totel lenth of 45-55 cm. Their plummage is mainly white (tinged pinkish in the salmon-crested cockatoo), and the underwing and tail have a yellowish tinge. Thier crest is expressive and brightly colored in most species. They have a black bill.

CENTURION Cockatoos include

  • Galah aka Rose Breasted [Eolophus roseicapilla]
  • White Cockatoo aka Umbrella [Cacatua alba]