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Gang Gang Cockatoo by Susanne Bianchi.

Hand-painted Timber – I paint Australian fauna and flora to raise their awareness as many species are declining and this is a disturbing trend.

Each piece of timber is unique as each tree grows differently depending on where it grew and what environment it existed in.

All of my timber pieces are sealed with a clear high gloss for protection.

Gang-gang Cockatoo – Callocephalon fimbriatum – Cacatuidae

The Gang-gang Cockatoo can be seen throughout many parts of south-eastern Australia. In the summer months, they are mostly found at higher elevations, where they breed in tree-hollows in the moist eucalyptus forests of the mountainous Great Divide. After breeding has finished, and the days grow cooler and shorter, they undertake altitudinal movements, leaving the mountains and flying to lower elevations to spend the autumn and winter, when they are especially common in suburban gardens of lowland towns and cities.

Specifications:   Width 31cm, Height 34cm, Depth 5cm Weight: 3.5kg

Gang Gang Cockatoo on Hand-painted Timber

Susanne Bianchi

AUD$230
Size: 31w x 34h x 5d cms
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Gang Gang Cockatoo by Susanne Bianchi.

Hand-painted Timber – I paint Australian fauna and flora to raise their awareness as many species are declining and this is a disturbing trend.

Each piece of timber is unique as each tree grows differently depending on where it grew and what environment it existed in.

All of my timber pieces are sealed with a clear high gloss for protection.

Gang-gang Cockatoo – Callocephalon fimbriatum – Cacatuidae

The Gang-gang Cockatoo can be seen throughout many parts of south-eastern Australia. In the summer months, they are mostly found at higher elevations, where they breed in tree-hollows in the moist eucalyptus forests of the mountainous Great Divide. After breeding has finished, and the days grow cooler and shorter, they undertake altitudinal movements, leaving the mountains and flying to lower elevations to spend the autumn and winter, when they are especially common in suburban gardens of lowland towns and cities.

Specifications:   Width 31cm, Height 34cm, Depth 5cm Weight: 3.5kg

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