Indigenous names for grasswrens

To: Chris Watson <>
Subject: Indigenous names for grasswrens
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2016 06:35:40 +0000
Kunwinjku call White-throated Grasswren Djigirridjidjigirridj; the same name is 
used for Willie Wagtail.

Denise Lawungkurr  Goodfellow
PO Box 71
Darwin River, NT, Australia 0841
043 8650 835

PhD candidate, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW.

Founding Member: Ecotourism Australia
Nominated by Earthfoot for Condé Nast’s International  Ecotourism Award, 2004.

With every introduction of a plant or animal that goes feral this continent 
becomes a little less unique, a little less Australian.

On 15 Aug 2016, at 12:51 pm, Chris Watson <> wrote:

> G'day all,
> The article at the above link will give you some more details, but I'm
> trying to track down some definitive answers about the Indigenous names for
> grasswrens; primarily the Centralian species at this stage but info on any
> species is welcome.
> I'd appreciate if you could send the info request around your networks.
> All the best,
> Chris Watson
> *Mob - 0419 358 942*
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