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Djiridji (Macrozamia riedlei)

Bunuru (approximately February and March), second Summer, is the hottest bonar of the year. A key sign of the beginning of bunuru is a blossoming in the Wornt (white gum) wer the arrival of salmon.[1]

With nyit (little) boroong (rainfall), many families would koorliny (move, go to) bilya (rivers) and inlets for djildjit (fishing) and kabi (water) [2].

Ngiyan waarnk - References

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  1. Karla Arnall. "Second summer arrives in South West Noongar calendar". ABC Great Southern WA. publisher Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 27 August 2016
  2. Hansen, Vivienne and John Horsfall. 2016. “Noongar Bush Medicine: Medicinal plants of the south-west of Western Australia.” Crawley WA: UWA Publishing