Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Cleland Conservation Park

Last Tuesday, we went to Cleland Conservation Park, outside Adelaide. It was a nice opportunity to interact with native Australian wildlife, in a semi-natural setting. We got our picture taken with a koala, but I'm going to have to wait until we get back to scan that.

Echidnas are strange animals.

Here is Christina feeding a wallaby. I think -- since the animals roam relatively free, it's not always easy to figure out which is which.

Here she is feeding a kangaroo.

Here's the Tasmanian devil. I think this was my favorite.

See! I feed things too!

I defy you to look at this picture and not wander around for a while saying, "Maybe a dingo ate your baby."

We bought two bags of feed, which at first seemed like too much, but the waterfowl seemed grateful when we needed to get rid of it at the end of our visit.

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