The Ducorps cockatoo (Cacatua ducorpsii), also known as The Solomons cockatoo. Slightly larger than the similar Goffin's Cockatoo, it is is endemic to the Solomon Islands where it is common across most of the Solomons, absent only from Makira in the south. It inhabits lowland rainforests, secondary forests, cleared areas and gardens. This white cockatoo has a short upper mandible. It has a pink wash on the bases of its feathers on the head, brighter on cheeks, sometimes extending to breast; bare blue eye ring. Eyes are brown in the male, red/brown in the female.