Saturday, October 21, 2006

A meal at Halo on the water

We visited the Barrack Street area on Saturday night in Perth and enjoyed a meal at Halo Cafe.
Terry and I enjoyed our Marron with Duck salad
Pam enjoyed her snapper
This is a another building that looked good just near our restaurant.


Some time ago I read about the work that June and Lloyd Butcher were doing with breeding Bilbys and rescuing fauna. I contacted June and we were able to visit her wildlife rehabiltation centre at Gooseberry Hill called Kanyana. Along with a group of about 140 volunteers Kanyana is doing a fantastic job.
June with Brush Tailed Bandicoot
June with a Brushtailed bandicoot, a near relative of the Bilby
Brush Tailed Bandicoot
Brush Tailed Bandicoot
This was a box of Bilbies
Baby Bilbies
The superb camouflage of the Tawny Frogmouth always impresses me
Tawny Frogmouths
Pam went to the kangaroo nursery and was quickly asked to help feed some.
The downstairs area was setup with baskets of joeys waiting to be fed.
Basket of Joeys
Pam with a joey