Field-trips

We like to get up, and get out and about!

In the past we’ve
  • explored the intertidal reef off Hernando Island
  • wondered at the tidepools of Texada
  • gazed from afar at mountain goats on precipitous cliffs
  • chased obscure endangered rodents on Mount Washington
  • marveled at the diversity and elegance of dragonflies
  • and many, many more!
Important things to keep in mind:
  • Some trips involve additional costs and require current club membership, pre-registration, and pre-payment in order to reserve a seat.
  • Dress for the day.  Wear appropriate clothing and ensure that you are physically capable of undertaking the trip.  Bring what you need (hats, gloves, raingear, lunch, water, suitable footwear, sunglasses, sunblock, backpacks, camera, binoculars).  And be prepared to pack it all out again.
  • Our trips are intended to encourage closer human contact with nature.  Please respect our “no pets on field-trips” policy and leave Fido or Willie-the-cat at home.  They’ll be just fine.
  • We strive to ensure safety, but please note that all who attend our field trips do so at their own risk.

So.  Ready to sign up?  Join us!


A few from earlier field trips…
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