Upcoming Events

Nature Nanaimo’s next regular meeting will be held on Thursday, January 21st at 7 PM via zoom.
Our presentation will be “Inspired by Nature” with Doug Fraser.
We are surrounded by an amazing diversity of living things. The adaptations of organisms can be both stunning, and puzzling. In this presentation, Doug will share numerous examples of fascinating adaptations in nature while answering some puzzling questions that arise. Why does a blue whale have a tongue as large as a full-grown elephant and why do frigate birds have webbed feet if they never go in the water? Why is learning (usually) a dumb idea and how do offspring, unable to move, leave home? The presentation is intended to be both inspiring and fun.
Doug Fraser is the current President of Nature Nanaimo and has a passion for sharing his love of nature with others. He is a retired high school biology teacher and has led trips to the Galapagos Islands and Central and South America to explore tropical rainforests and coral reefs. He is deeply concerned about current threats to the environment and has traveled to the Arctic with students and scientists to witness the impacts of climate change. Doug has given presentations on a very wide range of topics from Climate change and Genetic Engineering to Chaos Theory and Pseudoscience. Doug is currently offering two courses through Elder College at VIU.

Please stay healthy, stay safe, and stay tuned as the COVID-19 situation evolves throughout the year.

Nature Nanaimo continues to be active on Facebook, Instagram, and email: Please contact us at any time! We will be sharing ways to enjoy, to appreciate, and to help protect nature under these unusual circumstances.

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New COVID-19 instructions for Outings & Nature Rambles

This is a mandatory policy, effective immediately. Out of respect for the health and safety of others:

  1. Pre-register on-line your intended participation in advance.
  2. The leader will have sign-in forms, a copy of an insurance waiver and informed consent document, and pen/pencil with hand sanitizer.
  3. On arrival at the designated venue, everyone must sign-in with full name and address (or email), to confirm their attendance and acceptance of the waiver.
  4. Members may bring non-member guests who can participate provided they take out a one-day membership, pay the fee, provide contact details and also sign the waiver.
  5. Everyone will be organised into groups with a max. size of 6 persons / group. 
  6. We will be keeping records of attendees as required for contact tracing purposes.

In addition, everyone must:

  • not attend if they have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days,
  • not attend if they have been sick or are feeling sick,
  • not attend if they have been in contact with someone who tested positive in the last 14 days,
  • not attend if they have had any of these symptoms in the past 10 days (fever, cough, difficulty breathing, sore throat, runny nose, loss of taste / smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea),
  • respect 2 meters social distancing, and
  • wear a mask at all times.

Club Calendar