Welcome to our Sunday Selfie post: the Australian Pink and Grey Galah. These birds are real characters with big voices and lots of personality. They live in flocks of around 300 to 1,000 and love to have fun.
Galahs are very intelligent and live over 80 years old. They form lifelong bonds with their partners and are very social and enjoy a lot of playful entertainment.
Male and female Galahs look the same, except that males have a brown iris and females have a red iris.
If separated from their “true” life partner, Galahs easily fall into a deep depression. After a long period of time, the grieving Galah may eventually allow a caretaker bird as their mate.
We have large flocks of thousands of different types of Galahs in our backyard and on on the golf course, which mom (Michele) looks after all the animals on. We think they are entertainers and love their cheekiness.
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