Manmade watering points anywhere, but particularly in central Australia, where rainfall is not guaranteed annually, let alone all year round, gives native animals the chance to obtain water for survival.
During dry periods these Eolophus roseicapillus gather in larger numbers than normal. They are known as characters of the parrot family, along with their cousins the cockies/corellas. Their acrobatic antics in flight or on whichever birch they prefer, is great entertainment, showing off their great balance and skill.
Galahs can be found nearly all over Australia being the country’s most abundant parrot.