Also known as a Rose-breasted Cockatoo, the galah has a back, wings and tail of light gray; head, neck and under-sides of pink. The male has an iris that is almost black, while that of the female is reddish-brown. The beak is a light horn color. They are about 13-1/2 inches long.
Because of the damage they do to crops, the Galah is not a protected species. They are extremely popular cage-birds and often become proficient talkers.