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Guided Nature Walk


Saturday, Oct 28  |  10:00-11:30 am
Chichester Wetland Park,
250 Sumac Rd,  Kelowna

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Dive into the fascinating world of urban wetlands! Walk with local biologists to learn about the wildlife that live at the wetland and about all the ways that wetlands help us every day. Afterwards, do some dip-netting at the water to see what kind of critters live below the surface!  No dogs, please.

Reserve your spot below!

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:


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

Grasslands and Desert Amphibians

Snake Smart Webinar

Western Painted Turtle

Wetlands in Agriculture

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