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Craig Somerville 16h
My cuz and the new business
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martu Aug 13
I'M TOTALLY NAMJOONING
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Craig Somerville Aug 16
New community BBQ area built by Australian Arny and Jigalong youth trainees.
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Craig Somerville 6 Apr 18
Downtown Yokine ,these red tailed black cockatoo’s are endangered. We call them old man cockatoo because most we see are well over 30 yo.Makes me very happy . Look up they will be with you today
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Pau ❤️ Jul 3
MIS AMORES ❤️❤️ LOS AMO 😍😍
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Ways 13 Aug 17
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Craig Somerville Dec 8
Best view in Sydney full stop.
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Sergi Cерёжа 3 Jun 17
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🔥 Dale Nimmo Jul 3
Nearly home after a couple of meaningful weeks in the western desert, my fourth visit to country. The night before last, I sat around a camp fire with Martu, had light-hearted and deep discussions, and was given a skin group, Karimarra. This work has changed my life.
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🔥 Dale Nimmo 20 Jul 18
One of the highlights of this last trip was presenting to school kids about our work. Particularly when I showed them this six month sequence of vegetation recovery, when they broke into spontaneous applause, not for me, for the ecosystems capacity to recover.
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Neil hamilton 20 Oct 17
Thanks to all the Martu Rangers for sharing their knowledge during the 2017 Ornithology workshop at Matuwa (Lorna Glen) country
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Neil hamilton 20 Oct 17
Great to be able to show and talk to the Martu people about the Lesser Stick Nest Rats nest on Matuwa (Lorna Glen) country
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Valentina Oct 24
A friend who will believe in you even if no one else does. Even if you don’t believe in yourself. marry me
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-Little sailor- 26 Apr 17
Merienda Baby Shower 💞👶
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Craig Somerville Nov 2
Pilbara wet season has arrived . We call it Parrpakarra . Time to gather for ceremony and coming of age for boys and girl.
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💧Jackie Courtenay 25 Jun 18
Replying to @joabaldwin
are super cute in real life too - but all that dirt from digging gets a bit itchy. This footage is from a motion camera set by women rangers at in Western Australia after tracking the Bilbies to their burrow.
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The Happy Talent 27 Feb 18
A3 When I did research in , I quickly learned that fire is tremendously important in the culture. It took a few years for me to feel comfortable putting out a fire after that.
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Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa Aug 6
Our Martu Wangka lesson of the week is "kuru majurri". This expression literally means "eyes grew big". KJ’s linguist can attest the first time kids heard him speak in their own language, “Kuru-ya majurringu!” ... aka “Their eyes grew big!” 👀
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🔥 Dale Nimmo 18 Oct 17
Next Saturday I'll be in country testing Garrett's (1987) hypothesis that "the western desert lives and breathes in 45 degrees"
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Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa Aug 14
Our (word) this week is "ngarrurta-ngarrurta". This word comes from “ngarru” – meaning energetic, busy + industrious. Before a big trip to a new place – or an important footy game 🏈😁– one might be wirla ngarrurta-ngarrurta (full of nerves)!
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