Rose breasted galah cockatoos have beautiful feathers on their chests and on their wings with pink heads. They have silver grey back a pink face, pink breast, dark wings, a bone-like beak, grey legs, and dark grey tail. These birds are about 34cm in length and weighs about 280-350 grams. The male and female are similar, adults have different colour of irises, the males has dark brown irises and the female has red irises. The galah is common in Australian cities like Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth, and their habitat has a lot of scattered trees, which serves as shelter.
You can find these birds in mixed flocks of 50-500 individuals, and these flocks often forage on the ground for food in vegetation. Galah cockatoos nests in tress cavities. They have about 3-5 eggs in a clutch, the eggs are incubated for about 28 days while the male and female partakes in the incubation process. This bird is very social, playful, smart and highly intelligent. They create strong bonds with their partners. Rose breasted galah cockatoos have a lifespan of about 70-80 years, depending on nutrition and care. They are among the smaller cockatoo species, and needs plenty of space to live in.