The cockatoo is a typical climbing bird with a strong beak, a crooked beak, movable joints in the upper jaw and a wax membrane at the base of the beak. Muscular and thick tongue. Feet short, strong, opposite toe type, two toes forward, two toes back, suitable for grasping and climbing life. Most of the feathers are green. Late blooms. The main habitats are dry and semi-dry areas, tropical low latitude forests, plains full of thorns and trees, and pine mountain forests. The main food is seeds, berries, fruits, nuts, insects and their larvae. They usually move in pairs and gather in small groups during the breeding period. They are mainly distributed in South America.
The sun cockatoo is the most common cockatoo. The advantage of the cockatoo is that it is covered with beautiful orange feathers, moderate size, lively and lovely, which is very suitable for artificial breeding. The disadvantage of the cockatoo is that it is very noisy, which brings trouble to people living nearby. The cockatoo is covered with beautiful orange feathers. It is of moderate size, lively and lovely. It is very suitable for artificial breeding, so it has always been the favorite of parrot breeders. The cockatoo raised from childhood is not noisy and likes to be close to its owner.