In the forest at Kakadu National Park in Northern Australia, a group of sulphur-crested cockatoos (Cacatua galerita) are squawking. They raise their yellow-plumed crests and extend their wings to appear larger and threatening. High in the trees, they are having an Earth Minute. Something is causing them to be defensive. Is it a predator?
|common brushtail possum in the "Y" of the dead tree|
Hear a group of birds making a lot of noise? Investigate. You might experience an Earth Minute of your own.
Also Take a Wildlife Cruise on the Yellow Water, Kakadu (birds and saltwater crocodiles)
Earth Minutes with Wildlife
- Sea Birds on Michaelmas Cay, Great Barrier Reef, Australia
- Watch a Snowy Egret
- Bewick's Wrens Build a Nest
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