It is common to see a flock of galahs at our local park. Galahs were once confined to the open plains beyond the inland slopes of the Great Dividing Range in eastern Australia, north of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia, and north of the Mulga–Eucalypt line in Western Australia. However, the clearing of sub-coastal woodlands for farming encouraged galahs to spread to the coasts, where they are now a familiar sight in the cities. They feed on seeds of grasses and cultivated crops mostly from the ground.
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