The Corella, known as the Bare-eyed Cockatoo is a white cockatoo native to Australia and New Guinea. They resemble their larger white counterpart except they are smaller in size and omit the yellow head crest. The colder weather in Queensland sends the Corella off to central Australia during the winter months.
When loud screeching erupted on the roadside electrical wires outside my bedroom I rejoiced as this inform's me of warmer weather on the way. These cheeky birds walk up and down the wiring telling each other off while keeping a strict eye open for danger. They often sit in pairs to prune one another.
Humans could learn from their loving natures.
The birds generally roost in trees overnight, and fly off to feed in the early morning with an almost deafening screech. They mostly feed on the ground, eating seeds which include wheat and barley crops. The bird is so common that it has become a pest throughout much of Australia. It can be destructive to the trees in which it perches, by chewing the bark off smaller twigs.
Some become household pets, learning to talk.
In Luke 12:34
Jesus said, “And how much more valuable you are than birds!
Who of you by worrying, can add a single hour to his life?
Since you cannot do this very little thing, why do you worry about the rest?”