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  1. Galah


    Female galah in my backyard
  2. Galah


    Galah sitting on the gutter of my house, probably taking refuge from the thousands of bees that have come to feast on the flowering jarrah and marri trees, some of which you can see in the background.
  3. Female Galah

    Female Galah

    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)
  4. Galah


    Female Galah. (This was posted previously but lost in the recent crash.)
  5. Galah on the alert

    Galah on the alert

    Male galah, sounding the alert as a Wedgetail Eagle is seen high up in the sky. (I got a photo of the eagle but not a great one.) I was amazed to see that while the first response from every bird of all varieties around here was alarm, followed by dead silence, as the eagle remained in the...
  6. Galah


    Galah, with late afternoon sun catching her wingtips and tail.
  7. Galah


    Saw a flock of these feeding on the ground , as i approached they flew off-straight into the trees above my head. The are considered to be introduced to Tasmania, where their numbers are increasing.
  8. Galah


    A common cockatoo over much of Australia. Can be quite stunning in the right light.
  9. galah at sunrise

    galah at sunrise

    taken in Alice Springs, the red center of Australia over the Easter weekend.
  10. Inquisitive Galah

    Inquisitive Galah

    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.
  11. galah watching me

    galah watching me

    this galah was one of four that flew down on the grass next to where I was having lunch at my local lake . This is the closest I've ever been to them.