Wildlife in the Garden

What's the Matter?

What’s the Matter?

The feeling of being followed turns out to be accurate. Linnea discovers that the Wildlife has followed her into the house, and seems to be hungry.

How to Cook and Eat in Chinese 1945

How to Cook and Eat in Chinese 1945

She has heard that Pandas come from China and eat bamboo shoots. She finds a recipe book and suggests some menu items.

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But I am Vegetarian!

But I am Vegetarian!

Panda recoils in horror – he only eats raw bamboo shoots.

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Thank You!

Thank You!

Linnea apologises for her unintended insult.  She accompanies Panda to the only bamboo grove in Victoria big enough to hide in – the amazing and beautiful Finnerty Gardens at the University of Victoria. Before disappearing into the canes, Panda allows her to take his portrait.

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Bye for now

Bye for now

Linnea wonders if she can enter the “Wildlife Photographer of the Year” contest.

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