Our members are knowledgeable, committed and welcoming group who enjoy monthly meetings and field trips.
A short business meeting is held to bring members current information and share sightings. A variety of natural topics are presented by expert speakers ranging from environmental issues to world travelogues.
The club takes an active roll in special events such as:
• The Christmas Bird Count as part of the North American NationalAudubon Society count.
• Kidfest in Parksville Community Park.
• Stewardship of the Englishman River estuary, which includes the removal of invasive plants.
Come join us pulling broom for about 90 mins. on the second and last Friday of each month at 9:30 at the foot of Shelly Rd. The group goes for coffee afterwards. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Conducts various nature surveys such as the Coastal Waterbird Survey and the Beached Bird Survey
• Supporting the Young Naturalists.
• Supporting and networking with other organization concerned with nature conservation.
Field trips are held several times a month. On these organized walks you will discover and appreciate the birds, wild flowers, plants, mushrooms, insects, trees, marine life, geology, etc. of the region.
Schedules of field trips and meetings are printed in the Club Newsletter published three times a year.
Upon becoming a member of the Arrowsmith Naturalists, you automatically become member of BC Nature and receive their newsletter four times a year.
Six Arrowsmith Naturalists: Maggie Little Photo