One for Marcelle. This is a rare Gang Gang Cockatoo in my front garden. Two adult Eastern Rozellas are in the background. The shrub they are perching in (Eucalyptus Pulverenta) is also unusual. It is only found growing naturally along a ridge of a few kilometres here, where I live, and one other small area in NSW, Australia. I’ve planted many on my property. Someone told me that it is now grown commercially, in Israel, for the cut flower arrangement market.