Cockatoos By The Shore

Cockatoos By The Shore

Cockatoos have such appealing faces, don’t you think? The sight of these large parrots enjoying life in the wild always makes me smile. I often see Sulphur-crested Cockatoos in the local park, and even near our own house. Sometimes they choose to perch on power-lines.

But what is much nicer, I think, is to observe them in a more natural environment, and our local park with its original, native trees, is just such a place.


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Margaret Lynette Sharp

I studied Short Story Writing and Freelance Journalism for a total of five years when I was younger, but it's only lately that I've tried to make a go of it as a professional. I have written eleven books now, all published by Amazon Kindle, and most also published as paperbacks by Createspace and available on the Amazon web-site. Several Sydney libraries have copies of some volumes, and they are currently on loan.My books are all listed by Goodreads. The total number of ratings of my titles there is in excess of 80, with an average of 4.4 stars. I am happily married to Ronald Sharp, the creator of the Grand Organ in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House. He has consistently encouraged me to write, and has spent much time in editing, compiling, and designing the covers of each book. I'm keen on swimming, love animals, and appreciate good music and art.

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