Indigenous individuals have a robust relationship with birds relationship again 60,000 years. The fowl ballot is a chance to share our tradition
- Vote now within the Australian fowl of the yr 2017 ballot
Twitter, territory of the little blue fowl, has been inundated with different birds over the previous week. A partnership between the Guardian and Chicken Life Australia, the Australian fowl of the yr 2017 ballot has everybody twittering.
For a lot of First Peoples, tales and cultural information of birds continues to be vibrant so, for us, birds have made an look in twitter conversations manner earlier than this present wave of fowl speak.
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With a lot hate happening I wish to launch my Totem to fly optimistic power to people who assist those that are being handled poorly. ❤️
#WiradjuriWednesday #BirdOfTheYear version as impressed by @GuardianAus. Use the #Wiradjuri phrase, adopted by nganha (nah/nah) to say “That may be a ______”. Take heed to my Instagram story for pronunciation. Mandaang guwu to the continued work of Uncle Stan Grant. pic.twitter.com/VesXAfuM16
Magpie and the wedge-tail eagle have been my different two! Finally I selected magpie as a result of I’ve at all times had a tender spot for them and grew up listening to tales about them
The wedge tailed eagle is Australia’s largest fowl of prey. Right here is its title in 4 indigenous languages pic.twitter.com/rjqhsHvAwq
Eagles have been dancing throughout my travels by way of #Bundjalung Nation all day!
It has been momentous! https://t.co/3kteiPrQce
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I am having fun with #BirdOfTheYear tweets manner an excessive amount of though the Torres Strait Pigeon did not make the minimize. It is the pied piper of birds (see what I did there)