Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for Sale

$1,800.00

Category: Cockatoo Parrots for Sale

Specie: Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for Sale

Sex: Male and Female Available

Shipping: USA & CANADA

Health: Very Healthy

Color: Brownish Black

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Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for Sale

Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for Sale, are you looking for a Cockatoo birdie? we have very beautiful Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo birds very well socialize with human, hand feed, easy to train, very loving and can adapt itself well in an apartment or at home with kids and comes with a cage, grooming tools and toys. Birds are one of the most beautiful creatures on earth and will make a great addition to your home if given the right training and care.

Here at Feathered Grey Home, we provide you with the opportunity to own the parrot of your dream, we have both the male and female Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for sale both very healthy and excited to join their new forever home. We have been breeding and training exotic pets like African grey parrot for sale, macaw parrots for sale, amazon parrots for sale as well as cockatoo parrots for about 15 years now that is why we are the best at what we do and we guarantee you nothing but top quality.

Health Guarantee and shipping

Are you located in the United States? we have great news for you. We are capable of shipping our Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for sale to you anywhere within the States for free meanwhile all shipping to Canada will require transportation fee.

All Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo purchased through our site is covered with at least a 30-day health guarantee by the Bird Breeder. If you have questions about what is covered, please view the Law associated with your state.

Within thirty days of purchasing your new Birdie, you must take him/her to a licensed veterinarian for an examination. If the veterinarian determines, within ten days of purchase, that your Bird is clinically ill or will die from an injury sustained or illness likely to have been contracted on or before the date of sale and delivery, you have the following options:

  • Return the Bird for a complete refund.
  • Return the Bird for a replacement Bird of equal value.
  • Retain the Bird and receive reimbursement for reasonable veterinary fees, not exceeding the purchase price.
Yellow tailed black cockatoo for sale

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The Yellow-tailed black cockatoo is found most in the east coast of Australia, these gorgeous birds can be identified by their black plumage with gorgeous yellow cheeks and yellow under tail – they are unmistakably beautiful and can be observed in flocks flying high above tree tops.

These birds are known for their loud call that can be heard from long distances as well as their yellow-colored cheeks and grey eye-rings. These birds are not usually seen in aviculture. They are very intelligent and social birds. A yellow-tailed black cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus funereus) is a large cockatoo belonging to the Aves Class and are sometimes callled Yellow-earned black cockatoo.

Life Span

The Yellow tailed black cockatoo parrot can live for more than 50 years on average. This estimate will depend on the living conditions of the bird as well as her eating habits.

How to Identify a Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo Bird?

The Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo is a large bird and can be identified easily from its black plumage, with most body feathers edged with yellow, not visible from a long distance. They have a yellow cheek patch and yellow panels on the tail.

The female has a larger yellow cheek patch, pale grey eye-ring (pink in males), white upper bill (grey-black in males) and black marks in the yellow tail panels. Young birds resemble the adult female, but young males have a smaller cheek patch.

Feeding Habit

Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos feed in small noisy flocks. They are fun of eating seeds of native trees, pinecones and some insects too.

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Breeding Style

The yellow-tailed black cockatoos have a long breeding season. Both sexes construct the nest, lined with wood chips. The female alone incubates one or two eggs, while the male supplies the food. Usually only one chick survives, and it stays in the care of its parents for about six months.

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    7 reviews for Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo for Sale

    1. Kristin

      Hi Steve! Just wanted to let you know that everything went well and Jett is happy to be with us and slept well almost all night. We are visiting the vet in a few hours. Thanks you guys for making this work out so easy for us. Regards Kristin & Javier

    2. Luke

      Good morning. Just to let you know Jack arrived safely and he’s running around being crazy. I will up date you on his progress. Thanks.

    3. Lia

      Just to give you an update. Bella (Gamma) has settled in very well and she is such a lovely bird. The whole family enjoys having her around and she even became friends with our cat. This morning we took her to the beach. I will attach a photo of her.

    4. Leah

      Greetings, You may not remember us as it has been long but we bought Bam the Macaw. I thought some pics would be nice to show you. Hope you like the pics.

    5. Wyatt

      Hi, Just a quick note to thank you for the bird – King Arthur – Milo now; Arrived safely to California and doing fine; All what you promised was done and all details mentioned in advance were happening without any confusion which made the process very easy and smooth. I had a beautiful bird and it is growing steadily – the whole family is involved in taking care of Milo; I will recommend Feathered Grey Parrot Home to all friends.

    6. Hudson

      Hi, Just wanted to send you a quick email to tell you how delighted we are with Keith! He’s absolutely gorgeous and the cuddliest little bird ever!!! He was a little nervous on his first day but now he seems totally settled and is running around everywhere! We adore him! Thanks for making everything so easy and straightforward! Take care x

    7. Anastasia

      Beautiful birds.

      • Charles Anderson

        Thank you Anastasia.

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