Galah (Rose-Breasted) Cockatoo  (eolophus roseicapillus)

The Galah Cockatoo is found in most parts of Australia. 

Galah Cockatoos have rose colored feathers on the breast and the underside of the wings, a pink head and chest, with their crest being a lighter pink.  They have a grey back, wings and tail, their flight feathers are a darker grey and they have a flash of pink of the underside of each wing.  

Size - Weight:
Galahs are about 25-30 cm (10-12 inches) in length. Weight: 280-320 grams

Loves to climb and play. Provide lots of toys. 

Approximately 40-50 years, depending on nutrition and care.

The information provided in these pages is a quick profile of the species and by no means complete.
More comprehensive information can be obtained from many other sites on the internet.
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