• THE RED TAIL BLACK COCKATOO

  • Also known as “Banks’ Black Cockatoo”
  • Is native to Australia. There are many different species, and they are in abundant numbers in northern Australia.
  • But the two species in the south – the “Forest Red-Tail” and the “South-eastern Red-Tail” are under threat.
  • Red-Tail Cockatoo’s will grow to around 60 centimetres in length.
  • They are sexually dimorphic. That is, there are different markings and shapes between males and females.
  • The male Red Tail is covered completely in black feathers, except for the prominent red-feathered tail.
  • The slightly smaller female are black with a yellow tinge on the chest, with red spots on their crest, tail & wings, and yellow-orange tail-stripes.
  • The Red-Tail holds the award for the first bird from eastern Australia drawn by a European!! A female drawn in 1770.
  • They are best suited to dry climates. Their main diet is eucalyptus seeds. They will also nest in the hollows of these trees.
  • The Red-Tail Cockatoo is a major target species for illegal smuggling operations. They fetch up to $US20,000 for a healthy Red-Tail overseas, and are a focus of the Wildlife Protection Act 2001.
  • Green Tree From - Artwork by Danielle “DJ Mate” SullivanDanielle Mate is a part of the new breed of contemporary Indigenous artists. Born in Fairfield in 1979, and growing up in South Western Sydney,Danielle is a descendant of the Kunja People from the Cunnamulla region of South Western Queensland.Danielle paints from a viewpoint that we are part of all animals and plants that surround us. All living things share a common journey of survival and growth. Her artistic journey is to make this connection.Medium level of difficulty as a jigsaw puzzlePart of Danielle’s “Threatened Species” series.
  • Humpback Whale -A traditional Darkingill dreamtime story of the Humpback whale is included
  • Koala - Artwork by Danielle “DJ Mate” SullivanDanielle Mate is a part of the new breed of contemporary Indigenous artists. Born in Fairfield in 1979, and growing up in South Western Sydney,Danielle is a descendant of the Kunja People from the Cunnamulla region of South Western Queensland.Danielle paints from a viewpoint that we are part of all animals and plants that surround us. All living things share a common journey of survival and growth. Her artistic journey is to make this connection.Medium level of difficulty as a jigsaw puzzlePart of Danielle’s “Threatened Species” series.

 

Our Koori Artwork puzzles are available from 12 - 204 pieces and are made too order, if you would like to order a specific number of pieces please send us a message on our contact page or alternatively email usat sam@primarytoys.com.au 

Australian Puzzle Set - Koala, Humpback Whale, Banks Cockatoo, Green Tree Frog

$199.80 Regular Price
$150.80Sale Price
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