By Helen Colvin | February 8, 2024 On February 8, Nature Nanaimo members went to Little Qualicum Falls for an outing. It was a lovely outing as the river was […]
By Staffan Lindgren | February 6, 2024 On Tuesday, February 6, nine Nature Nanaimo members went to the Alaksen National Wildlife Area and the Georg C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
By Staffan Lindgren | August 7, 2023 Nine Nature Nanaimo members led by Rick Harbo visited the tidal mudflats of “Oyster Bay”, just north of Ladysmith, on August 2. The
On Saturday morning a small group of Nature Nanaimo members ventured out after the deluge to explore lovely Moorecroft Regional Park. We were rewarded not only with sunshine, but a
Staffan Lindgren On Saturday September 28 ten Nature Nanaimo members went to East Sooke Regional Park to participate in the annual spectacle of watching the raptor migration. Hawks, falcons, and
Staffan Lindgren On Friday August 30, 6 of us went to Paradise Meadows at Mount Washington. The weather was great for hiking, but low clouds obscured the views of the
Eight members from the Nature Nanaimo club ventured up to Parksville to experience part of the annual Brant Wildlife Festival. Hosted by the Arrowsmith club, Brant in the Bay featured
Twenty enthusiastic Nature Nanaimo members boarded “Janie’s Got A Bus” last Saturday morning and headed across the island to Port Renfrew and Botanical Beach for some nature enjoyment under a
Lance Nordstrom, with contributed photographs by Bob Harvey Braving a rather chilly wind, a dozen Nature Nanaimo members ventured out onto the mud flats at Rathtrevor provincial park to view
On a sunny but slightly chilly morning, 15 Nature Nanaimo members gathered for a walk around the trails of Morrell Nature Sanctuary. Lance Nordstrom led us up the Tranquility trail
A cheerful crowd of 13 Nature Nanaimo members gathered at the Morell Nature Sanctuary at 9 am. To everyone’s surprise and delight, the weather gods were in a good mood,
A small group of members gathered outside the Oyster Bay Cafe at the Ladysmith Community Marina where we received an excellent education about the biology and conservation of our largest
A small but intrepid group of Nature Nanaimoites met at Milner Gardens in Qualicum on Sat. April 28. The rain didn’t stop us from enjoying a tour of the Gardens
Nature Nanaimo members joined author and marine biologist Rick Harbo, on an outing to examine life in the intertidal zone on Holland Bank beach in Ladysmith.
We toured the 8 acre recovery centre to learn about the work being done at the centre as well as viewing captive eagles, owls, ravens and other wildlife. Learn more
We had a lecture and guided tour of the VIU field station in Bowser and learned about their extensive oyster research program. For more information about the station, click here.