Philippine Cockatoo

Name: 
(Katala)
Cacatua haematuropygia

It used to be found all over the Philippines but most of its remaining population is confined to Rasa Island in Palawan. It has also been recorded in the few remaining patches of secondary forests on Polillo Island in Luzon.

It is critically endangered mainly due to habitat destruction and collection from the wild for illegal pet trade.

Their diet includes seeds, fruits, nuts and berries.

Conservation Status: 
CRITICALLY ENDANGERED
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