On a walk with the dogs recently we saw this tree hollow. Tree hollows are highly prized by the local bird life for nesting.
This male gallah was on the job and he took a quick look at me before feeding his young.
He just had to stand on his doorstep and poke his head in with and share out the meal to his young. I would have loved to see them, but they were too deep down in that hollow.
He thought he better go and have a chat with his partner about the suspicious looking photographer but she just told him not to be silly, humans can't fly or get anywhere near their babies and she sent him on his way to hunt out the next meal.
Gallah's can be identified by their eyes, the males have brown eyes and females have pink eyes. Gallah's share the duties raising of their young fairly equally.
Nesting boxes can also be found in various sizes to accommodate all sorts of wildlife. This nesting box found just a few trees away is too small for gallah's and has a bat on the side, which I presume indicates it's designed for bats to nest in.