By: Ian Rowley
188 pages, 15 col plates, b/w photos, line illus, tabs
Galahs are acrobatic members of the cockatoo family. They have adapted to new agricultural techniques in such a way that they are now widespread. However, they are now being threatened by the loss of nesting sites - hollow trees. This is a comprehensive monograph on the species.
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