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Inquisitive Galah

Inquisitive Galah (Cacatua roleicapilla)

Watching me watching him...
The Galah is a common bird around Sydney and most of NSW. It is a medium sized cockatoo, they nest in the gum trees near my house and there have been a lot of chicks this year.
Woodland, suburban gardens
My garden
Date taken
14th Dec 2003
Scientific name
Cacatua roleicapilla
Equipment used
Olympus C-740 + TCON-17 adapter
Hi Mike ~
Gorgeous shot! I'm feeling nostalgic about Aussie birds; living in the US for the past 9 years - no wild parrots of any kind here! I really miss the colours.
I used to live in Penrith. :)

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