Choose from these Popular Programs:
Nature Explorers – Awaken curiosity and engage the senses while exploring nature and the changing seasons.
Investigating Invertebrates –
Search for clues to the hidden lives of spiders, slugs and bugs. Evidence of their important roles as pollinators and decomposers abound for those who know where to look.
Forest Communities –
Discover the diversity of plants and animals in a temperate rainforest and trace their complex relationships.
Navigating the Night (available after sunset) –
How do bats, owls and other nocturnal animals survive in a world without light? Tune up your senses, listen and adjust your night vision to find out.
Stream Searchers -
Dip into rippling waters in search of fascinating stream life and learn how to protect these fragile habitats.
Salmon Bon Voyage (April-May) & Salmon Come Home (October-November)-
Discover connections between salmon and their creek habitat and tour Bell-Irving Hatchery. Release salmon fry in Salmon Bon Voyage. In Salmon Come Home, learn how eggs are collected and raised, and spot returning salmon battling their way up the creek.
The calendar fills quickly so please call two months in advance of your preferred date. For more information and teacher resources, call 604-530-4983, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.