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CRD Regional Parks Nature Outings & Events - 5 years+

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Dates: August 12, 2016 to September 30, 2016
Recurrence: Recurring daily
Type: On-Going Events
Time: Varrious see below
Location: Various see below
Admission: Free
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  • Saturday, August 13 | 8–11am Morning Mist Canoe Adventure (Guided Paddle) – 5 years+ Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park (Saanich)

 

Join a CRD Regional Parks naturalist for an early morning paddle on the lake searching for eagles, herons, turtles and other lake life. Canoe equipment and instruction are provided and no experience is necessary. $20+GST (15 yrs+); $10+GST (5–14 years). Pre-registration is required by August 11. Space is limited. Call 250.478.3344. BC Transit #70 or #72

 

  • Friday, August 19 | 10–11:30am Beach Seine (Guided Walk) – 5 years + Witty’s Lagoon Regional Park (Metchosin)

 

Join CRD Regional Parks naturalists on a beach seine and see what creatures live in the underwater forest. Be prepared to get your feet wet (bring sandals or beach shoes). Meet on the main beach off Metchosin Road. BC Transit #54 or #55

 

  • Tuesday, August 30 | 10–11:30am Tree-mendous Trees (Guided Walk) – 5 years+ Devonian Regional Park (Metchosin)

 

Unlock the mysteries of trees on a fun forest adventure with a CRD Regional Parks naturalist. Follow clues and riddles along the trail to meet Devonian’s giants. Meet at the kiosk near the parking lot off William Head Road. BC Transit #54 or #55

 

  • Sunday, September 18 | 1–2:30pm Bountiful Berries (Guided Walk) – 5 years+ East Sooke Regional Park (East Sooke)

 

Join a CRD Regional Parks naturalist on a walk to explore for blackberries, Oregon grape berries, salal berries and more. There will also be an opportunity to taste jams made from some of these natural delights. We will look at and taste berries, but will not be collecting them to take home. Meet at the kiosk in the Aylard Farm parking lot off Becher Bay Road.

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