Facilitating the protection and restoration of endangered species and ecological communities on BC’s South Coast

Walk on the Wild Side: Get to know the species at risk of the Tri-Cities

Event Date: 
March 3, 2018 -
12:30pm to 4:00pm

The forests, fields, streams and wetlands of Tri-Cities are home to many fascinating plants and animals, many of which are considered to be at risk. This workshop will introduce some of these rare and interesting local species. Learn the best identification tips as well as ways to help conserve these species. Join Pamela Zevit RPBio, Special Projects Coordinator of the South Coast Conservation Program, and Dr. Terry McIntosh, Botanist, for this fun, interactive and informative nature event. Participants will meet indoors at the Gathering Place in Port Coquitlam for a presentation to learn about the various species and their ecology, followed by an interactive walk along the Coquitlam River at nearby Lions Park.

Event will be rain or shine. Please bring sturdy walking shoes.

Refreshments will be available.

Cost is free, but registration is appreciated.

Support of this event is provided by the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program.

 

ADDRESS
Gathering Place - Community Room
2253 Leigh Square Place
V3C 3B8 Port Coquitlam , BC
Canada
British Columbia CA
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