Out of stock
According to Joseph Foreshaw in ‘Australian Parrots’ the Kuhli Galah is a poorly differentiated subspecies that occurs across northern Australia from the Kimberley division of Western Australia east to southern Cape York Peninsula and the Burdekin River drainage, north Queensland. The Kuhli Galah is a subtle variation to the nominate subspecies seen in great numbers across nearly all of Australia. The Kuhli Galah has a different shaped crest and bare periophthalmic eye ring when compared to the nominate species. I find these subtle differences irresistible and always take time to show them to visitors. We house our Kuhli Galahs in the same size flights as the Gang Gangs and Major Mitchells which are 5 metres long by 2 metres high by 1 metre wide.