Ngayuku tjukurpa kutjara (I have two stories here). Piltatinya ka Nganamara (Piltati and Makiri where the mallee Fowl is). Ngangatja tjulpu nganamara (this is the mallee fowl) .The mallee fowl makes a nest by flicking the earth and sticks into a mound with his feet. Tjulpu wati munu kunga tjina ankupai manngu manta (that couple walk to the nest made out of earth). Everyday the mother returns to the nest to check up on the eggs. Anangu tjawani nganamaraku ngampu tjinguru three hundred mulapa (Aboriginal people love to eat the eggs and carefully move the earth to get to them. The eggs are big and are a good feed. There are lots of eggs maybe three hundred). Wati kutjara nyangatja, tjukurpa minymaku ngura minyma kutjara, minyma tjukurpa unngu. Tjana mukaringkula kilinangkupai maiku kukaku mukuringkula. Palumpa ngura ngara palulanguru tjana ankupai maiku kukaku mantjintjikitatja. Tjana wana katipai munu wira tjawantjakitjaku munu tjana katipai waru tjangi. Painta nyangatja Piltatiku tjukurpa. This is Piltati. There are two men here and two women. The women story is underground. If people want meat or bush tucker they go to this place and clean around and talk to the area. From here those two women would go out and collect their food. They would carry a digging stick and collecting bowl and also a fire stick. This painting is all the Piltati area.