By Nina and Michaella
Galahs are a type of bird. The scientific name is cacatuaroseicapilla.
The Galah is found in large flocks in a variety for habitats, usually near water. Galahs are found in open country in almost all parts in mainland Australia in fairfield.
The Galah has a rose pink head, neck and underparts, with pail pink crown, and grey back, wings and under tail. The Galah is 35cm long. Galahs have feathers.
Galahs eat loudly, they can fly. Galahs can travel far distances.
Galahs eat vegetables and seeds.