“This design’s all about Bush Turkey – Wundurri is the Garrwa name. We grew up eating that, it’s good tucker. I’ve drawn it here with Jilbirri – the termite mound. You can see Wundurri everywhere, but you can only hunt it in the wet season. The main hunting ground for the all the people [in the Borroloola region]- Mara, Gurandji, Garrwa, Yanyuwa – is the plains of my Grandfather’s country: Wadarung, Yanyuwa country. We all used to go hunting for bush turkey and turtle there; by the big lagoon. Today people shoot the bush turkey (we used to go out with my uncle Noel because he was a police person and had a gun!); but in the old days you had to be a really good shot person to get it with a spear. Wundurri is the best food you can get – better than McDonalds. In the bush, you can’t starve; you’ve got everything there that you can go and eat to keep you alive!"