The Galah Cockatoo is a species of cockatoo that is native to Australia. Additionally, it goes by the name of the Rose-breasted Cockatoo. The Galah is a medium-sized bird that can grow up to 14 inches in length and weighs between 10-12 ounces. The Galah is known for its distinctive pink face and breast, and its light pink mobile crest.
The Galah exhibits remarkable adaptability to a diverse range of natural and human-altered environments, making it one of the most prevalent and widely distributed bird species across Australia. They are playful, affectionate birds that can make great pets for experienced bird owners. They have the capability to learn speech and execute various tricks through training.
This is an image featuring a Galah Cockatoo: