Club interests: Club interests: Education, conservation and stewardship activities including hiking, gardening, walks, cleanups, surveys, field trips, presentations, monthly meeting programs and participation in public meetings and events. Currently providing stewardship to wildlife gardens at Campbell Valley Park, White Rock’s Centennial Park, Adopt a Street at Sunnyside Urban Forest, Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup at Mud Bay Park and activities with Surrey’s Natural Areas Partnership; monitoring activity and providing education at the Serpentine Wildlife Management Area; partner host at Campbell Valley Nature Centre program; regular participant in Surrey’s Environmental Extravaganza; participate/host the annual White Rock Christmas Bird Count.
When it meets: Second Thursday of each month (except July and August) at 7:30 p.m.
Where it meets: Sunnyside Community Hall, 1845-154th Street, Surrey
Membership fee: Individual $32, Family $44
Number of members: 80+
Birds of Serpentine Wildlife Management Area and Blackie Spit also the Water and Shorebirds seen from White Rock Pier
Wildflowers of Elk Mountain
Website: No, but we do have a facebook page and see updates on the wall.
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/WRSnaturalists
Other: Our New Youth Program: White Rock/Surrey and Langley Naturalists, a joint program of nature exploration for young people aged 5 to 14 years, part of a network under the umbrella of the Young Naturalists Club of B.C.
Tel: (604) 531- 6307
White Rock – Surrey – Contact person:
Box 75044 RPO White Rock, Surrey