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Koran-koran (Noongar LOTE and Kongal-marawar)[1] is called in English the Pied Oystercatcher and its scientific name is Haematopus longirostris. Koran-koran maambakoort-ngat (birds we often see at the sea shore).

The English name is something of a misnomer, because they seldom eat oysters, which are found mainly on rocky coastlines.[2] Koran-koran frequents sandy coastlines, where they feed mainly on bivalve molluscs, which are prised apart with their specially adapted bill.

Koran-koran Waarnk - Stories about the Pied Oystercatcher[edit | edit source]

Ngiyan waarnk - References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Djerap - Noongar Birds". Batchelor Press. 2014. ISBN 978 1 74131 292 8
  2. Pied Oystercatcher. National Parks and Wildlife Services. Retrieved 2 February 2012