Fun for Parrots, Workshop.

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10am – 12pm Wednesday 10th October 2018

“Our (Australian) parrots are not only visually spectacular – with splashes of every colour, in every size and shape – they are also some of the smartest and longest lived birds in the world…They stay younger for longer than Northern Hemisphere species and can live twice as long”.~ Jesse Hawley CSIRO 17 January 2017

Help to bring more enrichment to our captive parrots lives next Wednesday morning. We are making toys out of natural materials for inside their enclosures.
You can choose the parrots you would like to make the toys for and know that you are helping to make their lives much more fun.

All materials are provided.
Workshop costs $10 per person.

Why not make a whole day of it!
As entry fee into the sanctuary will be required in order to participate in the workshop.

NOTE:
The sanctuary’s captive parrots have been given the chance of a new life at Potoroo Palace and are either rescued unreleasables or ex ‘pets’ who have been donated. Be warned that some of them are quite chatty! 😀

Felt a Wallaby Pouch, Workshop

roo in a pouch

Wednesday 3rd October 2018 10am – 12pm

Come along to Potoroo Palace on what’s bound to be a beautiful Wednesday morning and learn how to felt your very own little wallaby pouch!
Learning to felt is fun for all ages.
All materials are supplied.
$15 per person
Workshop will be just outside the front of the Blue Wren Cafe where there is always great coffee on hand and other delicious snacks and beverages too.
Let us know if you can make it. 😀

Threatened Species Day

Saturday 2nd September 2017

Threatened species

A fun filled day is planned to highlight the plight of our native and threatened species.

Live music from local talented artists, poetry, presentations, Educational Talks, bush tucker walk, face-painting and more!

See more details on our facebook page. Just follow the link on the top right hand corner of this page.

Or stay tuned here for updates.

Here’s a taster so far…

The day begins and ends at our usual times 10am to 4pm.

Music will be starting from 11am onwards.

11am – Live music begins! Educational Talk*. Train ride available.

12pm – Presentation on the plight of the Northern hairy nosed wombat.

1pm – Bush tucker walk and aboriginal artifact display

2pm – Train ride availability and Educational Talk*

*Educational Talks have a special threatened species focus today.

Please note

This event is being held on the 2nd September and not the national day of the 7th. This is to maximise availability for families on a Saturday.