FW: [Birding-Aus] What is a Warrajah?

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Subject: FW: [Birding-Aus] What is a Warrajah?
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 19:06:59 +0930
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From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 19:06:16 +0930
To: Carol Probets <>
Conversation: [Birding-Aus] What is a Warrajah?
Subject: What is a Warrajah?

Bakewell in Palmerston, 25 kms south of Darwin, has several streets named
after birds. I live in Songlark Street.  Stint Court is at one end and
Shearwater Drive at the other.

on 31/12/08 5:21 PM, Carol Probets at  wrote:

> Speaking of bird street names, Katoomba has Gang Gang Street. It's a
> short but prominent street in the heart of the town, right next to
> the railway station. Must seem like an odd name for anyone not
> familiar with the bird. Although Gang-gangs are a regular sight
> around Katoomba, it's been a while since I've seen any in Gang Gang
> Street.
> Cheers,
> Carol
> At 3:50 PM +1100 31/12/08, Dave Torr wrote:
>> We have an impressive array of bird names in an estate in Werribee -
>> Pardalote, Nightjar, Corella, Wattlebird, Currawong, Sitella etc. Most can
>> at least be found in the Melbourne area - but the whole thing then gets
>> somewhat confusing as the main road in is Cassowary Ave!

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