Scientific name: Cacatua alba (Müller, 1776). CITES status: CITES II - ENDANGERED
Umbrella Cockatoo are also known as White or White-Crested Cockatoos, are all white with pale yellow under the wings and tail. They have a broad,
pure white crest which is normally flat against the head and unfolds when raised. This action is the source of their name, "Umbrella". Beaks, legs and
feet are a blackish grey, which often look lighter due to a covering of cockatoo powder. Males have black eyes while females are red or dark brown.
This bird originates from the Mollucan Islands, Indonesia.