The Little Corella (Cacatua sanguinea) is a small parrot that often occurs in large flocks in Melbourne during the winter. They come down to feed on grassy areas like sports ovals and 'nature strips' (that's the grass by the side of the road!) If they find street trees with seed pd still intact they will feed on these and make a heck of a mess on the road: a mixture of shredded seed pods, leaves and small twigs will litter the ground under the trees.
They are also very playful, messing around with sticks, bits of litter (sadly) and each other.
These are some pictures from the last couple of years.
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