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Female Galah

Female Galah (Cacatua roseicapilla)

A female Galah (pink eye) with her mate sitting up in the tree behind her. It was a very hot day, so her wings are held out from her body to provide a little relief. (re-post)
Survive in most of mainland Australia, these live in the Jarrah/Marri forest
Darling Range, Western Australia
Date taken
27 December 2004
Scientific name
Cacatua roseicapilla
Equipment used
Fuji MX2900 zoom
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