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This is a good thing to see if you are around Kingscote in an afternoon. The feeding usually takes place at 5pm most days.
The man doing the feeding demonstration is informative and makes it an interesting watch. There are so many pelicans all waiting...More
We have seen this display before and it was fun to watch but on our last visit he seems to be no longer and I noted he is no longer listed in the guide book. It is my thought he may have retired and is...More
We came to see the feeding of the Pelican Feeding. There were already people waiting. More and more people came.
After a while, the pelicans were antsy. The leader went at the top and watched for the person who would bring his food. No one...More
Kangaroo Island has plenty to offer visitors/tourists interested in flora and fauna, coastal views, history, quiet/peaceful environments and much more. Overseas visitors need to be aware that Kangaroo Island is about six times the size of Singapore with a population of about 5000 !!! RESEARCH...More
The locals need to be aware of what’s happening in their town. We were told there’s pelican feeding and talk at the wharf. After waiting with other tourists for awhile in the cold of the early evening we found an old worn sign stating “pelican...More
This gentleman feeds the pelicans at 5pm each day of the year, rain hail or shine. He has some wonderful knowledge to impart to anyone who is willing to listen. One can see how much he cares for the birds, pelicans, swans and seagulls alike....More