Gwangal Moronn

The Autumn season (late March to mid June) is depicted by insects, pink heath and being at home in the wuurn.

This season incorporates the following:

  • Cool mornings and warm, still days.
  • Red sunrises and golden evenings.
  • Honeyeaters and wrens searching for moths and insects.
  • Birds forming flocks and migrating north.
  • Skinks and tortoises hibernating.
  • Eels heading to sea for breeding.
  • Possums beginning to breed.
  • Flowering of Manna gums and candlebarks.
  • Red and white “fly agaric” fungi.
  • Flowering of Banksias and Heath.
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