Galahs have such gentle natures, don't you just want to give one a hug? Or maybe a kiss on the head?
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Thanks to the Australian Museum for this information.
Scientific name: Cacatua roseicapilla
DID YOU KNOW? Galahs can breed with other members of the cockatoo family, including the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, Cacatua galerita.
The Galah can be easily identified by its rose-pink head, neck and underparts, with paler pink crown, and grey back, wings and undertail. Birds from the west of Australia have comparatively paler plumage. Galahs have a bouncing acrobatic flight, but spend much of the day sheltering from heat in the foliage of trees and shrubs. Huge noisy flocks of birds congregate and roost together at night.
The Galah is found in large flocks in a variety of timbered habitats, usually near water.
The Galah is one of the most abundant and familiar of the Australian parrots, occurring over most of Australia, including some offshore islands.