Sunday, April 11, 2010

Warrawong Sanctuary

Maryann and I headed up into the Adelaide Hills today, where we met a couple of friends for lunch at Warrawong Sanctuary. This small privately run sanctuary preserves local wildlife for the enjoyment of the public. Before we had lunch we took a short stroll around the sanctuary. Just inside the entrance is a large feeding station, and here there were a few Rainbow Lorikeets, and some Common Bronzewings. The sanctuary has a variety of habitats, with a few pools and areas of eucalyptus forest. One on of the pools was a very confiding Little Grebe. I noticed later that a turtle had swam past during this time. There are also some kangaroos and wallabies here, and some bandicoots all protected from introduced predators.


  1. Nice colours on that Bronzie's wing!

  2. Hi Tony great images once again.
    I also agree with Richard.