The Galah , Eolophus roseicapilla, also known as the Rose-breasted Cockatoo, Galah Cockatoo, Roseate Cockatoo or Pink and Grey, is one of the most common and widespread cockatoos, and it can be found in open country in almost all parts of mainland Australia.

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The Galah is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Galah range (in red; all-year resident) Synonyms Cacatua roseicapilla Vieillot, 1817 The Galah (pronounced /ɡəˈlɑː/), Eolophus roseicapilla, also known as the Rose-breasted Cockatoo, Galah Cockatoo, Roseate Cockatoo or Pink and Grey, is one of the most common and widespread cockatoos, and it can be found in open country in almost all parts of mainland Australia. More

In Australia, to be told that you've made a galah of yourself is not a compliment. And you wouldn't want to belong to a pack of galahs. But there's nothing wrong with taking part in a galah session, if you have the time. It all goes back to a bird called a galah by the Yuwaalaraay people, a name learned by English speakers as long ago as 1862. The bird is found almost everywhere in Australia. More

The Australian galah is not only intelligent but also a loving social animal that mates for life. If you own a galah as a pet, have a school assignment or are just curious and want to know more about galahs, please feel free to browse through this site. I hope you find the information this site dedicated to the Australian Galah usefull. Also known as... Galah, Galahs, Rose Breasted Cockatoo, Rosies, Willock Cockatoos. More

The Galah is considered a very attractive bird to look at due to its beautiful coloration. Most of the bird is a rich dark pink with the forehead, crown, and the back of the neck being a whitish-pink. The back, the wings, and the tail are gray. The lower abdomen, the vent area, the rump, and the secondary and upper tail feathers that cover the bases of the main feathers are whitish gray. More

Galah Distribution MapOverview: Kindly provided by Dr. Rob Marshall These well-adapted birds are found in abundance throughout central Australia. They are also becoming increasingly common towards the coastal regions. They are usually seen in large flocks, often feeding with Sulphur Crested Cockatoos. Galahs make wonderful, energetic pets and when trained with consistency have a good talking ability. These birds have an affectionate and bubbly personality and are extremely popular as pets. More

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The Big Galah at Kimba, South Australia View Page 014 Basic information on the Galah View Page 015 Information on behaviour, diet and breeding View Page 016 Info on natural occurances, breeding & keeping as pets View Page 017 Galah Egg identification View Page 018 More

GalahPretty in pink, Galahs are small cockatoos. They love playing in the rain, swinging upside-down like acrobats and gymnasts from the most awkward spots. They are quick to issue warning signals at the slightest hint of danger with their customary loud and screechy sqawks. Though they can boss the much bigger currawongs off the water bowl by the mere spread of their wings. More

Galahs have two subspecies which can be distinguished by the colour of their eye ring. The eye ring is red in the subspecies E . roseicapillus roseicapillus and is grey in the subspecies E. roseicapillus assimilis. The appearance of the two subspecies is otherwise similar and consists of a white-light pink head and crest, deep pink-red neck, chest, abdomen and legs. The wing, tail, and back are grey. Noticeably different in colour from all other Cockatoos. More

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Galah (pronounced /ɡəˈlɑː/)is a locality situated on the Mallee Highway in the Sunraysia region. The place by road, is situated about 15 kilometres (9 mi) east from Ouyen and 15 kilometres (9 mi) west from Walpeup. It has a population within a 7-kilometre (4 mi) radius of approximately 28 people. More

contrary to other cockatoo species, the Galah has had something of a population explosion over the past century and is still growing in numbers and is expanding its range – quite a remarkable feat when considering how most of the other species are in dire declines. The Galah has the facility to adapt to man’s changing of the landscape. The birds are thriving and expanding their range where farmers are cutting forests and expanding their agricultural holdings. More

Galahs usually move in flocks of varying size, and often these are large, containing hundreds of birds. They are found mostly in open, lightly-timbered country. They sometimes engage in aerial acrobatics during a rainstorm, and at sunset before settling down to roost. They feed mostly on the ground, and consume a wide variety of fare. They are very noisy, and fly wildly about, often seeming to race speeding cars as they zoom alongside. Breeding pairs remain as a unit within the flock. More

female Galahs look the same and can only be differentiated by the color of their irises. The male has brown irises while the female's are red. They love to live in areas where there is openness but some trees to rest and hide in. More

Watch Galahs for a while and you will see why the term 'galah' is used for people who play the fool! The Galah is one of the natural clowns of the bird world. Both males and females are bright pink all over except for a grey back, wings and tail, and a paler cap. Their nest is a few leaves in the bottom of a hollow in a tree, where they lay up to eight eggs. More

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The Galah is a member of the Cockatoo family and is one of the most common and widespread Australian birds. Galah They measure about 35 to 38 centimetres in length, and weigh between 300 and 430 grams. Their back and wings are grey and they have a pink face and chest and a crest of a very light pink. More

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Galahs can breed with other members of the cockatoo family, including the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, C. galerita. More

Description: The Galah is a grey and pink cockatoo, which is very active and noisy with a shrill call. They have a pink eye ring and the difference between males and females is in their eye colours. The mature female has a coppery red coloured pupil and the mature male's is a darker black. Galahs grow to a length of about 35 cm, and fully grown, weigh 300 to 400 grams. More

Typically Galahs are birds of the open grasslands and savannah woods of the interior of Australia. They are common in many urban areas, even nesting in trees in parks and gardens. They are often seen in flocks of several hundred birds but can also be observed in smaller flocks and pairs. The Galah is also known as the Roseate Cockatoo. The Galahs have quite an elaborate courtship display where the male will dance with his crest raised and head swaying from side to side. More

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70% of Blue Galah's accommodation is 6 bed dormitory rooms or less. We have a few 8 bed rooms and a single 10. Together, this allows us the flexibility to offer private rooms as singles, twins or small group dorms, as well as having smaller mixed dorms where we try to keep mixed rooms for couples only as much as possible. For group bookings, this allows a larger range of options to ensure that groups have NO additional guests, in rooms specifically booked for groups. More

The Galah commonly called 'Rose-breasted Cockatoo' in the USA. This is one of the most widespread of Australia's parrots, being found in all states. It prefers open grasslands and woodland and is a common species in the cities and towns, and has adapted well to farmed land. Often forming flocks of several hundred. Galahs form permanent pair bonds, although a bird will take a new partner if the other one dies. More

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Order : Psittaciformes
Family : Psittacidae
Genus : Cacatua
Species : roseicapilla
Authority : (Vieillot, 1817)