May 4: Herons, Hummingbirds, and Hawks of Bowen Island
Because WVSS closed the Community School on February 9th (because of the weather) we had to cancel this event for that day. We’ve now rescheduled.
Our 2019 speaker series will continue on May 4th with a talk by Sue Ellen Fast on “Herons, Hummingbirds, and Hawks of Bowen Island”.
Find out about Bowen’s special birdlife, with the help of the Bowen Nature Club’s checklist, slides, and a few bones and feathers. Catch the latest about our nesting colony of Great Blue Herons, still producing chicks after twenty years, in spite of everything. A conservation success story worthy of such a such a beautiful and protected part of the world!
Winter birds include hummingbirds these days, along with dramatic flocks of sea ducks. Share observations about how birdlife on Bowen has changed, and take a checklist away to use on the trails.
About Sue Ellen
Sue Ellen is a Bowen Island municipal councillor and Islands Trust Vice-Chair. She is a conservation and learning consultant with years of experience connecting children and families to nature, and a background in wildlife biology. Sue Ellen was chair of the Bowen Island Conservancy for nine years, belongs to the BC Municipal Climate Leadership Council, and lives here on Bowen Island.
When: Saturday, May 4th, 1:00 pm
Where: Multipurpose Room, Bowen Island Community School (1041 Mt. Gardner Road)
Admission is by donation. Please join us: all are welcome to attend, especially families and children (you don’t have to be a Conservancy member).