This fledgling galah named Sid was rescued from a palm tree when it blew down in the wind.


Palm trees have become a popular alternative for nesting sites due to a lack of old trees with hollows. Unfortunately if too many hollows are excavated, the trunk becomes unstable. 

 

Due to a fractured leg, Sid was not able to be reunited with its family, but his 2 other siblings were successfully relocated to a nest box in the tree next to the felled one.  They have since fledged.

 

Sid was hand raised and then went to a wildlife aviary to be with other fledgling orphaned Galahs.  

Him and his friends were all successfully released.

Galah Growth Progression - Matted Print

AU$140.00 Regular Price
AU$130.00Sale Price
Size
  • A4: Image size is 21cm x 10cm in a matt, total size is 29.5 x 21cm

    A3: Image Size is 30cm x 15 cm in a matt, total size is 29.5cm x 42cm 

    Both sizes limited edition of 40, signed with edition number.

    Designed to fit a standard A3 or A4 frame.

     

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