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The Park is offering several exciting animal encounters from September 2nd to 30th!!
Photos courtesy of Doug Sage and Edna Park
12:00 pm - Grizzly Bear Feeding
1:00 pm - Raccoon Feeding
3:00 pm - Elk Feeding
Kids Camp - Age 6 to 10
Wednesday, September 17th - "Colour Crazy"
Animals have adapted to use colour in many ways! Learn about how certain animals use colour for mimicry, warning, confusion and camouflaging. The day will include an owl encounter and the Elk Feeding Talk.
Thursday, September 18th - "The Changing Seasons"
Fall is just around the corner! Learn how animals have adapted to live with the changing seasons. The day will include a snake encounter and the Grizzly Bear Feed Talk.
Friday, September 26th - "The Journey of the Salmon"
This year millions of salmon will return to the Adams river! Learn about their life cycle and the fascinating journey that each salmon must take. We will also learn about how salmon are an important food source to many animals! The day will include an up close animal encounter and the Grizzly Bear Feed Talk.
For more information click here!
"The BC Wildlife Park Nature Exchange encourages people of all ages to appreciate nature and to learn about the biological and physical components of their environment, through observation, background research and responsible collecting.”
Join us at the Park for a Nature Exchange Day Camp specifically designed for age 8 to 12!
Wednesday, September 24th
Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Age: 8 to 12
Cost: Season's pass-holders discount $40/day
Non seasons pass-holders $45/day
Design a Nature Exchange project based on one of the Park's Canadian species! Earn up to 4000 Nature Exchange points and use them to trade for rock and shell specimens!
The day will also include:
Grizzly Bear Feeding Talk
Elk Feeding Talk
For more information and to register click here!
A big thank you to Lanaya Bandy, Isla Stiven, Rebecca Habekstock and Greenly Schneider for donating $44.50 to the Education Department at the Park! They believe that wildlife conservation and education are important in conserving British Columbia's ecosystems!
Common Loon (juvenile) rehabilitated at the Park's Fawcett Family Health Centre and released, Fall 2013.
Image courtesy of Doug Clay
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