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Exhibitions on Screen: Djeran

The Noongar Season ‘Djeran' is represented by the colour green as it is the time of the year where the cooler weather begins.

Djeran season sees a break in the really hot weather. A key indicator of the change of season is the cool nights that bring a dewy presence in the early mornings.
The winds will also change, especially in their intensity, with light breezes generally swinging from southerly directions.  Many flying ants can be seen cruising around in the light winds.
Djeran is a time of red flowers, especially from the red flowering gum (Corymbiaficifolia), as well as the smaller and more petite flowers of the summer flame(Beaufortia aestiva).

This program is a collection of slow nature footage taken down by the Dgilgie (Manning Lake) in Hamilton Hill. Featuring flowering red-capped gum trees (Eucalyptus erythrocorys) and Tuart trees (Eucalyptus gomphocephala)
The vivid beauty and life of Perth’s natural wonders are paired with small pieces of information found on the KURONGKURL KATITJIN page of the ECU website.
Produced by the Northbridge Piazza Superscreen 
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    10-16 April | 2pm
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