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Kookaburras are the largest of the Kingfisher family.

They mate for life and take so long to rear their young that they rarely have more than one clutch each season.

They nest in hollows found in trees and termite mounds.

Incubation and feeding of the chicks is carried out by all members of the family group.

Once the young reach independence, most stay to help parents defend the territory boundaries and rear further clutches.


This is Kooka, who resides at Wildlife Sydney Zoo.  She was rescued with a wing injury, which never healed enough for her to fly again, this meant she was unable to be released back into the wild. 

However,  she has the best protected life being 'free-range' at the zoo along with another un-releasble Kookaburra!



20x20cm, Open Edition (Small Square)

28x28cm, Edition of 100 (Medium Square, A3 Square)


Print Care

The paper used to print this image is 320gsm Hahnemuhle photo rag pearl paper.

After many test prints, we found this paper to provide the most dramatic results with the blacks.


This print has been professionally printed with pigment archival inks on 
This paper has high archival qualities, is resistant to yellowing & moisture.

To preserve your photograph we recommend that you frame behind glass so the print does not touch the glass.

Kooka, Kookaburra (Square)


Image Size: 18x18cm on 21x21cm (Small Square)

Image size: 25x25cm on 30x30cm (A3 square sized paper)

The white border allows for safe handling so no finger prints touch the print.

Framing is not included in price, but custom framing available, please request a quote.

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