The bare-eyed cockatoo (Cacatua sanguinea), also known as the Little Corella, blood-stained cockatoo, short-billed corella, little cockatoo and blue-eyed cockatoo, is so common in its natural habitat that it has become something of a pest throughout much of Australia, as it can be destructive to the trees in which it perches by chewing the bark off smaller twigs. The Little Corella congregates in flocks of up to several thousand birds, which often include many Galahs.
Bare eyed cockatoo