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Wednesday, August 2
6:30-8:00pm
Mission Creek Regional Park
Fishing Pond @ Hall Rd

Join us for a Wetland Wander nature walk, starting at the Mission Creek Regional Park Fishing Pond and learn more about the wetlands in your neighbourhood, their value, wildlife that use them, and how you can be a steward of your wetland. RDCO Parks will lead us in a pond dip and then we will wander around the wetlands of the park and identify wildlife features and local wildlife. a Q&A will follow where you can ask for advice about managing your own wetlands.

Thanks to funders including Okanagan Basin Water Board and Wildlife Habitat Canada, there is no charge for this event, but we do request that you register so we know how many to expect.

If you can't join us, find more information about wetland stewardship here: www.osstewardship.ca/wetlands

WETLAND AND SHORELINE RESOURCES:

Caring for your Shoreline

Caring for your Wetland

Brochure: Shorelines in Residential Neighbourhoods

Brochure: Shorelines on Agricultural Properties

Field Guide to Wetland and Riparian Species at Risk

Amphibians of the Okanagan and Similkameen

 

​Amphibian ID Card

Living in Nature: Great Basin Spadefoot

Grasslands and Desert Amphibians

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Invasive! American Bullfrog

Snake Smart

Snake ID Card

Living with Wildlife: Snakes

Working in Snake Country

How to snakeproof your home

Creating surrogate habitat

Snake Smart Webinars

 

Western Painted Turtle

Wetlands in Agriculture

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