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They live in a large area, I also saw them in Queensland, but in the Red Centre Galahs are some of the most common and certainly the most delighting birds. One simply cannot resist their charming looks and ways.
There is always at least two of them, probably a couple, but most of the times a whole flock.
These both weren't alone, either. Some 20 were having breakfast in the shrubs in Yulara resort when I came from the sunrise viewing at Uluru.