At the top there’s an impressive looking heron keeping a watchful eye on the Pond (see above and below).
This picture gives an idea of the size of the totem pole.
A close-up of the carefully carved heron.
Lower down you can see in detail how the carvings have been done.
If you’d like to take a stroll round the pond, there are details of three (short, medium and long) walks here. They are all marked by colour-coded posts.
If you’re walking with a buggy, this post may also be helpful.
Photos: David Pottinger.