Nestling Cockatoos: The Story of Squeak and Squawk

Angela Robertson-Buchanan

Have you ever met a sulphur-crested cockatoo?
They are as intelligent as a toddler and can live up to 90 years of age.
Squeak and Squawk were rescued when their tree-hollow home was cut down.
They were only two weeks old.
You will fall in love with these clever cockies.


‘Flocks of [cockatoos] feed and nest in a local park near my home and I will now view them with a completely different approach thanks to this beautifully produced book… The combination of outstanding photographs and interesting text makes Nestling Cockatoos a keeper for me and an excellent resource for the classroom, school, and public library.’ 
Pat Pledger, ReadPlus

[Angela’s] books provide an insight into the care and rehabilitation of our native wildlife, and she hopes to inspire the next generation of wildlife warriors. Nestling Cockatoos: The story of Squeak and Squawk is a beautiful story of two sulphur-crested cockatoos (Cacatua galerita) who were rescued when their tree-hollow home was cut down. With cockatoo facts listed at the end of the book, there is plenty to learn about these beautiful animals.’
Australian Wildlife Magazine


Excellent teacher support material and classroom ideas available to download.

ISBN: 9781742036076
RRP $24.99
Paperback 32pp
Format Hardback
Photographic junior non-fiction
Category: Wildlife, Photography, Australia, Birds, Cockatoos, Rescue