Can anyone identify this bird?

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Subject: Can anyone identify this bird?
From: Mickey Clarke <>
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2017 09:42:53 +0000
Hey everyone,

I'm new to COG and I spotted a bird at Strangers Pond today but I'm not sure 
what it is. I was wondering if anyone could identify it? I have a video (the 
link is below), it's not very good, though it does record the birds call so 
that might give someone a clue.

The bird looked almost like a galah in size and features only it was entirely 
grey. I couldn't see fine details due to distance and lack of binoculars. I'm 
wondering if it might be a female Gang-gang cockatoo?

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