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|2011 CBEYA Essay Contest Award Presentation
On March 19, 2011, officials at the Sanctuary presented the awards to the winners of this year's Essay Contest.
Download: 2011-essay-contest-winners.zip, 28MB
These 16 photos are full size, from the camera.
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This is a generic collection of 81 photos of the entire Sanctuary.
Download: misc.zip, 28MB
|Children at the Park
The Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary provides an unparalleled environmental educational opportunity for the children of Barbados.
Download: schoolkids.zip, 4MB
|Adults at the Park
The Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary provides an unparalleled environmental educational opportunity for the adults of Barbados.
Download: visitors.zip, 1.5MB
|Sunday at the Park
On Sunday, November 9, 2008, the Sanctuary opened to the public at no charge. In a shock to Sanctuary officials, over 8,000 people showed up. The facility ran out of food and drink. Traffic in Worthing was nearly at a standstill.
Download: 8000people.zip, 1MB
|Sunday at the Park, Part II
A few more photos from Sunday, November 9, 2008.
Download: nov09photos.zip, 1.5MB
|Bank Holiday at the Park
Because of the extraordinary turnout in November, the Sanctuary was again opened to the public at no charge on December 1, 2008, just weeks prior to its closure. Even though 8,000 people came in November, the December event drew over 9,500 visitors.
Download: freedaydec.zip, 3.5MB
In September, 2008, Sanctuary officials were surprised to discover two newly-hatched Eclectus parrot chicks. The parrot parents had hidden the eggs in the Gully Aviary, and hatched them in secrecy.
Download: babybirds.zip, 7MB
A small collection of aerial photos showing the extent of the Sanctuary, the wetlands, and the surrounding buffer area.
Download: aerialviews.zip, 1.2MB
A small collection of photos focused on water around the Sanctuary.
Download: waterscenes.zip, 5.4MB