tjuḻpu maṉngutjara tjuṯa

birds with nests

iranti
red-tailed black cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus magnificus)

id:9838 order:356

Mungartji iranti tjuṯa kapiku ankupai ngura Utjula katuwanu.
In the late afternoon lots of red-tailed black cockatoos fly over Areyonga looking for water.
kiyar-kiyarpa
galah (Cacatua roseicapilla)

id:9839 order:357

Kiyar-kiyarpa tjuṯa tiṯutjara nyinara kinkinmankupai puṉu katu.
Galahs are always sitting up in trees making lots of noise.
kuwirkuṟa
cockatiel, quarrion (Nymphicus hollandicus)

id:9840 order:358

Kuwirkuṟa wangkanyangka kungkangku kuliṟa ipi anga-tjunkupai.
When a cockatiel calls out a girl covers her breasts (lest as she grows up her breasts don’t grow).
kakalyalya
pink cockatoo (Cacatua leadbeateri)

id:9835 order:352

Kakalyalya tjuṯangku itaṟa nyaḻpi uwankara ngalkula wiyalpai.
Pink Cockatoos eat all the leaves of gum trees stripping them.
patilpa
pulaly-pulalypa
ring-neck parrot, Port Lincoln parrot (Barnardius zonarius)

id:9836 order:353

Ka patilpa palu puṟunypaṯu puṉu nyaḻpi ngalkupai.
And ring-neck parrots likewise eat the leaves of trees.
kiily-kiilykari
budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus)

id:9837 order:355

Kiily-kiilykari tjuṯa tjungu kaputu para-ngaṟapai munuya ultungka nyinapai.
Budgerigars fly around in groups together and they live in hollow tree branches.