White Cockatoos/Corellas

Ducorps' Cockatoo
Solomons Cockatoo
Ducorps' Cockatoo Corella
Ducorps' Cockatoo, also known as Solomons Cockatoo/Corella is native to the Solomon Islands. Confusingly, its taxonomic name can be Cacatua ducorpsii/Lophochroa goffini/Cacatua tanimberensis . . . but not Cacatua goffini, the related Goffin's Cockatoo/ Tanimbar Corella.
Ducorps' Cockatoo
Solomons Cockatoo
Ducorps' Cockatoo Corella
Ducorps has a pale blue eye-ring and citron-coloured under-wing and under-tail.
Ducorps' Cockatoo
Solomons Cockatoo
Ducorps' Cockatoo Corella
Ducorps also has a pale grey beak.
Ducorps' Cockatoo
Klu Klux Klan cockatoo So that's where the Klu Klux Klan got the idea from.
Solomons Corella dancing with crest raised Dancing with crest raised.
Goffin Cockatoo Corella
Goffin Cockatoos
Tanimbar Corella
Goffin/Goffin's Cockatoo, also called the Tanimbar Corella, Cacatua goffini, native to Indonesia is the smallest white cockatoo. It also has pale yellow under its wings and tail, and has pink feathers between its white eye-ring and pale beak.
Goffin with crest raised Goffin with crest raised.
Goffin Cockatoos
Tanimbar Corella
Adult females have reddish brown irises; juveniles and adult males have black irises.
Goffin Cockatoo Corella
Goffin Cockatoos
Tanimbar Corella
Bare-eyed Cockatoo Corella
Bare-eyed Cockatoo Corella
Bare-eyed Cockatoo with crest raised
The Bare-eyed Cockatoo, also called the Little Corella, Cacatua sanguinea, native to Australia and New Guinea, is similar to Goffin's in appearance except for the bare eyes.
Bare-eyed Cockatoo Corella
Bare-eyed Cockatoo Corella
Bare-eyed Cockatoo Corella
In addition to the bare blue-grey skin around the eyes, there is a salmon pink patch of feathers between eye and beak.
Bare-eyed Cockatoo Corella
Bare-eyed Cockatoo Corella
Flocks of Bare-eyed Cockatoos live in the grasslands of central and south Australia.
Bare-eyed Cockatoo with crest raised
Bare-eyed Cockatoo with crest raised.
Red-vented Cockatoo
Philippine Cockatoo
Red-vented Cockatoo
The Red-vented or Philippine Cockatoo, also known as a Kalangay, Cacatua haematuropygia, is one of the rarest cockatoos, coming from Palawan and Rasa in the Philippines. A critically endangered red-list species, due to the illegal pet trade, the red vent that gives the parrot its name can be seen in the photos above together with yellow under-tail feathers.