How fascinating are baby bird pin feathers? Sid has the best 'hairstyle'!!
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.
After being hand-raised by Angela, Sid went to a wildlife aviary to be with other fledgling orphaned Galahs. They have since been released back into the wild.
This image was part of BirdLife Australia's Bird Week exhibition.
This print has been professionally printed with pigment archival inks on smooth silk photo paper.
This paper has high archival qualities, is resistant to yellowing & moisture.
To preserve your photograph we recommend that you frame behind glass so the print does not touch the glass.
Sid, baby Galah (back view)
A1: Approx 60 x 85cm, limited edition of 20.
A2: Approx 60 x 40cm, limited edition of 50.
A3: Approx 40 x 30cm, limited edition of 100.
A4: Approx 28 x 20cm, Open Edition.
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