Sulphur Crested Cockatoo Earrings
Hand shaped and hand-painted Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo clay earrings featuring sterling silver hooks, by Songbird Collection.
With a foundation centred around the love of birds, ethical production and conservation, Songbird Collection have raised and passed on over $10 000 to Australian Bird life projects. Founder Alexandra Sommer brings her rich background in design and her appreciation of the natural world into the foundations of her range of striking jewellery.
Earrings Size: 35x8x8mm, 40g approx
Weight: approx 40g
Materials: hand shaped and painted clay earrings, sterling silver hooks
The perfect thoughtful gift for the bird lover in your life.
Curious about the Sulphur Crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita)?
At 44-55cm long, this is a relatively large white cockatoo, found in wooded habitats in Australia, New Guinea and some Indonesian islands.
In Australia, they are common in the suburban habitats of Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane and their range extends through the wooded areas from the Kimberley to Tasmania.
With black bill, grey legs, a white eye-ring, white plumage and yellow-tinged underwing and tail, its their expressive yellow crest that gives them their common name.
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