Today's Arducopter flight got some attention from the locals
A flock of Galahs was grazing nearby when my Arducopter took off. It wasn't long before the Galahs took flight, formed a squadron, called "Tally Ho", and proceeded to chase down the interloper.
When aerial predators are spotted Galahs often form compact noisy flocks, consisting of most of that local population, sometimes reaching numbers of 500 or more, that will circle and climb to more than one hundred meters. This is a defensive action which makes one galah part of an avian group, appearing like a storm of galahs.. discouraging predators.