We got that back about, National Parks got it back, about 10 years or a bit more ago and it's where the Warrego river runs into the Darling Barka. And there I put again and around Warrego you get a lot of brolgas in that area because it's not far from that place called Yantabulla and it's on the Warrego and the Cuttaburra. So, I put that in to show with the lake system that you would get a lot of animals in, and then when the water goes the animals go. So again, it’s focused on the water because brolgas gotta have water to make this little plant grow.
And its sorta something like the best way to put it to yas, I think a Murnong plant it's got a flower and underneath its got a little bulb. There's another little plant that grows around it got the same thing as something like a fringe lily and the brolgas like that and so what they’d do is up around Yantabulla, going from Bourke across to (?) my cousins would go out and dig this and the brolgas would be watching them. Because the brolgas has only got 3 toes to dig and his beak to pick, but he’d watch the humans and my family had little billy cans and they’d go out and dig the plants and the brolgas would be watching them. So the brolgas would come up and dance around them and want some of the plants, they have to give some to the brolga because it was easy for the human to dig the plant and feed the animal than the animal have to get it, and that’s when you say they family. With kilpara and muckarra, me the brolgas a part of my family, that’s who I am that’s my family.