Canterbury Bush Walkway
A wild and woolly time on the Tiromoana Bush Walkway
Last updated 05:00, November 16 2015
“I have seen, old ships sail, like swans asleep.”
As referenced in John Flecker’s poem The Old Ships, but wide awake, two swans tacked into the wind escorted by a flotilla of Canada geese and black teal. The wary birds kept out of cannon range on the Tiromoana Bush Walkway just north of the Waipara River.
The walkway circumnavigates covenanted bush remnants and waterfowl-frequented wetlands (read article)