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  • The White Cockatoo (1935) - IMDb

    Directed by Alan Crosland. With Jean Muir, Ricardo Cortez, Ruth Donnelly, Minna Gombell. Sue Tally waits for a brother she hasn't seen in twenty years to meet her in ...

  • White cockatoo - Wikipedia

    The white cockatoo (Cacatua alba), also known as the umbrella cockatoo, is a medium-sized all-white cockatoo endemic to tropical rainforest on islands of Indonesia.

  • Cockatoo - Wikipedia

    White cockatoos are more commonly found in captivity than black cockatoos. Illegal trade in wild-caught birds contributes to the decline of some cockatoo species in ...

  • White Cockatoo - Learn how to keep and care for your bird

    Learn how to care for your white cockatoo or other cockatoo species. Learn how to give your bird a rich full life. Choose the right food, cage and toys!

  • White Cockatoo Hotel | Petersham

    White Cockatoo Hotel is a proud local sitting alongside Petersham train station. Established in 1886.

  • Buy The White Cockatoo - Microsoft Store

    A long-lost brother and sister must elude a murderer to claim their inheritance. Ricardo Cortez stars in and Alan Crosland (The Jazz Singer) directs an atmospheric ...

  • The White Cockatoo - Home | Facebook

    The White Cockatoo. 56 likes. A site to promote the book The White Cockatoo by Diane Brown

  • Umbrella Cockatoo Personality, Food & Care | Pet Birds by ...

    Umbrella Cockatoo . Cacatua alba . The umbrella cockatoo, also known as the white cockatoo or the great white-crested cockatoo, is well-known in bird circles as being ...

  • Australian Wild White Cockatoos - YouTube

    The White Cockatoo (protected by law in Australia ) is a medium-sized, approximately 46 centimetres (18 in) long cockatoo endemic to the islands of ...

  • White Cockatoo - Pictures and facts - Birds ...

    The White Cockatoo can live up to, and perhaps beyond, 80 years. Information about the classification of alba. Includes facts, pictures and articles.

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