Opal was found on the ground as a chick with no sign of her parents. She was very sick & skinny and for the first 3 weeks we did not think she would survive.  It took 8 months for herto overcome hermedical conditions.


We built a large flight aviary for her which we crowd funded.  She is still undergoing tretment.


In the wild Yellow-tailed black cockatoos have a "vulnerable" conservtion status in South Australia. 

Overall they have been in rapid decline because of native habitat clearance, with a loss of food supply and nest sites.

Print Care

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

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

Opal, Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo

  • A2: Approx 60 x 40cm, limited edition of 50.

    A3: Approx 40 x 30cm, limited edition of 100.

    A4: Approx 28 x 20cm, Open Edition.


    Framing is not included in price, but custom framing available (A2 size framed print pictured).

  • The 100% virgin fibre media is sourced from sustainable forests and has received the Nordic Swan Award; the most demanding ecological mark in international paper. The manufacturing mill maintains ISO14001 Environmental Management System Certification, recycles water, uses waste products as an energy source with waste and effluent treatment systems in place. There are no detectable dioxin discharges in the manufacture of this product.

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