thipe urlte-arenye

birds that nest in hollow trees

angkwene
pink cockatoo (cacatua leadbeateri)

id:7482 order:306

Angkwene-kenhe arrkarlpe arelhele ineme arrkerne-irretyeke.
Women get pink-cockatoo crest feathers for performing.
angkethe
arrewirlkere
arrulkere
cockatiel, quarrion (nymphicus hollandicus)

id:7487 order:311

Arrekwelenye areyele arrulkere akwerrke areye arlkwetyarte.
In the old days, people used to eat young cockatiels.
irrarnte
red-tailed black cockatoo (calyptorhynchus banksii)

id:7485 order:309

Irrarntele lyeke arlkwentye-akngerre, ntange-arlke.
Red-tailed black cockatoos eat prickles, and seeds as well.
atetherre
budgerigar (melopsittacus undulatus)

id:7484 order:308

Atetherre atherrkenye arrateme, apere urlte-arrpe-anenhele.
Budgerigars come out in the green time, and are found in the hollows of gum trees.
ilentye
galah (cacatua roseicapilla)

id:7486 order:310

Ilentyele apere irrtnye arlkweme, urlte mpwaremele akwerrkeke.
Galahs make nests for their young by eating the bark away from the entrance to hollows in gum trees..
arlpatye
ring-neck parrot, port lincoln parrot (barnardius zonarius)

id:7483 order:307

Thipe arlpatye arlkenye mwerre anthurre.
The ring-neck parrot has really lovely markings on it.