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Galah

Eolophus roseicapilla

The galah, also known as the rose-breasted cockatoo, and is a member of the parrot family, and is the most widespread of the cockatoos.

measurements

Measurements

Size: length 35 – 36cm
Weight: Male 345g, Female 311g

habitat

Habitat

Originally found in bushland of semi-arid areas; they are now found throughout Australia, in many habitats including urban areas and farmland.

diet

Diet

Galahs mainly feed on seeds including cereal grains, sunflower and sorghum seeds. They will also feed on roots, shoots and berries and even insects.

behaviour

Breeding

Galahs nest in tree hollows, usually in eucalyptus trees. Both parents take turns incubating the eggs, of which there are usually between 2 and 5, and feeding the young.

threat

Conservation

Galahs are not believed to be endangered in the wild, as their numbers are actually believed to be increasing. In some areas they are considered to be a pest in cereal plantations.

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