Galah cockatoo x Citron-crested cockatoo

Visually very similar to sulphur-cresteds x galahs, but with more orange coloration and a smaller overall size. They will sometimes have white or light grey spots on their wings. These hybrids were first bred in 1931 by H. Whitley, “his most interesting hybrid Rose-breasted and Lesser sulphur-crested Cockatoo, a striking bird of a silver-grey colour with rusty patches on its cheeks, rusty-yellow tinge over breast, and on the throat and collar, and yellow under the wings”.

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