It has a short crest on the top of its head, and the plumage is mostly greyish black. Plant a black cockatoo friendly garden; Participate in planting days; Support Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre; Finance artificial hollows/ make hollows . Baudin's Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus baudinii) Baudin's Black Cockatoo Close 1/2 - Image Baudins_Black_Cockatoo_0002 The scientific name is Calyptorhynchus baudinii. Shooting in nowadays illegal and can lead to $250,000 maximum fine. The epithet commemorates the French explorer Nicolas Baudin. Tags:Australia Australian wildlife Baudin's black cockatoo Black cockatoo Conservation Endangered Species Perth Hills Western Australia Wildlife. They are found in the forested areas of southwestern Australia. Previous Post Astrophotography Workshop with Stargazers Club WA and Roger … Baudin’s Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus baudinii is also known as Baudin’s Black Cockatoo or the Long-billed Black Cockatoo, but Baudin’s Cockatoo is the only accepted name in use in Western Australia. Five subspecies are recognised in Australia. Baudin’s black cockatoo (Zanda baudinii), also known as Baudin’s cockatoo or the long-billed black cockatoo, is a species of genus Zanda found in southwest Australia. Baudin’s black cockatoos feeding on orchards have led to farmers treating them as pest and therefore led to a sharp decline in their numbers due to shooting. Baudin’s black cockatoo feeds mainly on marri seeds and flowers, but will take seeds from apples and pears in orchards and from pine cones. The Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo; The Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo; The Baudin’s Black Cockatoo; The Glossy Black Cockatoo; The Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo; The Forest Red Tailed Cockatoo is a sub-species of the Red Tail Cockatoo. WA apple producers say black cockatoos are costing the industry millions of dollars annually Three species of black cockatoos are endemic to WA, including the Carnaby's, Baudin's … Baudin’s black cockatoo was named for the explorer Nicolas Baudin but is also known as the long-billed black cockatoo and the white-tailed black cockatoo. The first specimen of Baudin’s Cockatoo was collected during the 1800- It has prominent white cheek patches and a white tail band.