Brolga
a continent, a country, an island
The Brolga, Grus rubicunda, is a majestic Australian bird well known for its wonderful mating dance
It is found across the tropical north, southwards through north-east and east central areas, as well as central New South ...
These tall birds are up to 130cm in height with a wingspan of up to 240cm. The female is shorter than the male. Brolgas ha...
An Aboriginal legend tells of a beautiful young woman who always danced instead of working. She was turned into a tall, sl...
A brolga is an Australian crane, also known as "Native Companions"
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sound : One tree plain - Mark Atkins and Janawirri Yiparrka Pictures: internet Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu
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Native compagnons (brolga1)

A brolga is an Australian crane, also known as "Native Companions". The Brolga is a tall and slender bird. They have very long legs and a slender neck, both of which are mainly grey. An Aboriginal legend tells of a beautiful young woman who always danced instead of working. She was turned into a tall, slender bird. Her name was Bralgah. The complicated dance of the brolga is imitated by the Aborigines in some of their dances.Born in Sydney, 1949, Terrance Plowright has designed and built the "Dancing Brolga Fountain" at Cockle Bay is famous world wide and features as one of Sydney’s major icons for Singapore Airlines.This fountain of dancing Brolga birds was built in 1998 and was Terrance's first water feature. "Dancing Brolga" is a spiral dancing water feature, spirals vertically in dance mode, with bird figures cast in stainless steel.!!!!! This is a notes page presentation. If you want more information, read speaker notes or after the download, follows the steps: File-new-read only-view-notes page!!!!
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Native compagnons (brolga1)

  • 1. Brolga
  • 2. a continent, a country, an island
  • 3. The Brolga, Grus rubicunda, is a majestic Australian bird well known for its wonderful mating dance
  • 4. It is found across the tropical north, southwards through north-east and east central areas, as well as central New South Wales to western Victoria
  • 5. These tall birds are up to 130cm in height with a wingspan of up to 240cm. The female is shorter than the male. Brolgas have a featherless red head and a grey crown.
  • 6. An Aboriginal legend tells of a beautiful young woman who always danced instead of working. She was turned into a tall, slender bird. Her name was Bralgah.
  • 7. A brolga is an Australian crane, also known as "Native Companions"
  • 14. Sound : One tree plain - Mark Atkins and Janawirri Yiparrka Pictures: internet Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu

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