Ducorps’ cockatoos, also known as the Solomon Islands cockatoo or Solomon’s corella, are medium-sized cockatoos that range from 12 to 14 inches long. They closely resemble the Goffin’s cockatoo but are completely white except for the underside of the flight feathers and tail, which are yellow; the crest, which has a pale pink coloration; and the eye rings, which are blue. They are not well known in aviculture and only became available in the early 1990s.
Ducorps’ cockatoos should always be provided with toys, blocks of wood or branches that they can chew. Young cockatoos should be socialized to many people and exposed to a variety of situations, such as new cages, toys, visits to the veterinarian, handling by friends, wing and nail clips, etc. to avoid fear of novel situations. They need some space for flight.