Gang Gangs

The gang-gang cockatoo (Callocephalon fimbriatum) is found in southeastern Australia’s cooler, wetter forests. Mostly grey with lighter scalloping, males have a red head and crest, while females have a small grey crest. It is known for its distinctive call, resembling a creaky gate or a cork being pulled from a wine bottle. The name “gang-gang” comes from an Indigiounes language. They are usually found at Bimbi around the water troughs.

Likelihood to see them: Very Common.

Where to see them: Around Bimbi Park water troughs.

Time: Sunrise and most of the day.