Monday, June 4, 2007
The common Galah is found throughout most areas of Australia. To some they are considered a pest but as you watch them go about there day to day chores, they can be interesting to watch let alone colourful to photograph.
While one sits in the opening to it's nest in the hollow of the tree, the other is seen here chewing off the bark around the tree. It almost looks as if it has chewed the bark to represent a map of Australia.