Saturday, February 5, 2016 

Upcoming Event

Freeze Frame

Katie Marshal to speak at next Chilliwack Naturalists meeting Feb 16 

Lee Larkin, Chilliwack Field Naturalists/Website photo of Katie Marshall

 

ave you ever wondered how Canadaís animals such as frogs, turtles, caterpillars and Vancouverís mussels make it through our chilly winters, including freezing solid in winter?

 

Enjoy a warm cup of coffee and tales of extreme freeze adaptations by Katie Marshall, Killam Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Zoology, at 7:30 pm, February 16 at the Neighbourhood Learning Centre at Chilliwack Senior High School on 46361 Yale Rd.

 

Free! Sponsored by the Chilliwack Field Naturalists.


Come and join us! The Chilliwack Field Naturalists provide an opportunity for all ages to get acquainted with our natural world. Informative evening programs provide a full complement of interesting, illustrated talks featuring geology, plants, wildlife habitats and ecosystems.

Why get out in nature? To enjoy and interpret the natural history of the Upper Fraser Valley * to appreciate and promote conservation of the natural ecosystems that support us all and to ensure the future of wild species and spaces.

 

About Us

The Chilliwack Field Naturalists, formed in 1971, is an affiliated club of the province-wide BC Nature, formerly the Federation of BC Naturalists.
 

To learn more about all the great work the Field Naturalists do in the Chilliwack area, visit www.chilliwackfieldnaturalists.com

 

 

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