Among the Wurunjerri, the names employed are Bunjil and Waang, which designate the eagle-hawk and the crow.
The exogamous 'phratries' of these tribes are eagle-hawk and Crow.
The other totem groups fell, or were meted out, some into Crow, some into eagle-hawk.
Now this name Bun-jel means "eagle-hawk," and the eagle-hawk is a totem among certain stocks.
The relation between the Australian supernatural being Bunjil (or Punjil) and the eagle-hawk is not clear.
It is also the eagle-hawk and the crow which have given their names to the two phratries of the Ngarigo and the Wolgal.
eagle-hawk, a name sometimes applied to small South American eagles (genus Morphnus), with short wings and long legs.