|Subject:||Found Tame Galah - What to do?|
|From:||Pam Cohen <>|
|Date:||Sat, 26 Sep 2015 04:20:23 +0000|
We have a tame galah visiting our house in Turner. It was also here a few days ago when it showed some interest in the wild galahs and flew off with them a few days ago but it seemed very hungry today. One of the wild galahs was also interested in it a few days ago but it has returned by itself.I couldn't find a lost and found list or webpage for Galahs or other lost pets in Canberra like the RSPCA used to have.
It looks like a female.
Any suggestions on what I should do about it if anything gratefully received?
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