A male and a female galah having a morning squawk at each other.


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  • AngelArtist
    AngelArtistover 6 years ago

    This is a fantastic image

  • Ellen van Deelen
    Ellen van Deelenover 6 years ago

    How nice these 2 birds playing.

  • Auzriell
    Auzriellover 6 years ago

    Wonder who won?…..lol …Any idea what these birds are called..I have never seen anything like them before here in Calfornia? Thanks for the comment on Air~Kitty.

  • Steve Arkleton
    Steve Arkletonover 6 years ago

    Thanks! They’re called Galahs (pronounced ga-LAR) and they are very common here. Sometimes you see hundreds of them together. There were 16 of them in my garden last night! I think they are a type of cockatoo. We get white cockatoos and black cockatoos too, but they are much more shy than galahs. The one on the left is the female (you can tell by the orange iris) and the one on the right is the male (dark brown iris). I think the female won.

  • Frank  McDonald
    Frank McDonaldover 6 years ago

    Great shot! Great title too. Talk about getting your feathers ruffled, this shot shows perfectly the meaning of the phrase.

  • GerryMac
    GerryMacover 6 years ago

    excellent work !

  • Roslyn Slater
    Roslyn Slaterover 6 years ago

    Great work.

  • flame7
    flame7over 6 years ago

    You can almost hear them squaking!! Has a very real feel about it -great capture.

  • Elaine  Manley
    Elaine Manleyover 6 years ago

    what gorgeous birds! wonderful shot

  • ferndesign
    ferndesignover 6 years ago

    awesome image

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