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December 2021

Groundwater Recharge Potential on Mayne Island

December 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us on December 8th 2021 at 7pm for a presentation by William Shulba, Senior Freshwater Specialist with the Islands Trust, about an essential natural resource: groundwater. Groundwater is an important resource of islands in the Salish Sea, supporting community water needs and the function of watersheds. Evidence-based ways to…

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An Evening with Luke Wallace

December 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Mayne Island Agricultural Hall, 430 Fernhill Rd
Mayne Island, BC V0N 2J0 Canada
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Free – $25.00

Join us as we welcome back BC singer-songwriter Luke Wallace for a concert to benefit the Mayne Island Conservancy. Pandemic protocols in place – proof of vaccine required – masks must be worn Doors at 7pm Show 7:30pm to 9pm Light refreshments at intermission Luke Wallace’s mission is clear: write songs…

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Family Birding

December 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Belted Kingfisher. Photo: Andy Morrffew

Your child is walking through the forest, when suddenly a flurry of feathers catches their eye. What kind of bird do they see? Is it a year-round resident, or a migrating bird passing through? If your kids (and you!) are keen to learn more, our family friendly birding event is…

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Neighbourly Birding

December 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Are you intrigued by the various birds you've seen on your hikes and shoreline rambles here on Mayne? If so, please join our friendly neighbourhood bird enthusiasts to learn about the tools and techniques of basic birding. No experience is required, just a keen eye and interest in learning how…

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Christmas Bird Count

December 18

This year the Christmas Bird Count will take place on Saturday, December 18, a day when thousands of volunteers will collect wildlife survey data in over 2000 locations around the Western Hemisphere. These results are crucial in the day-to-day study by conservation biologists to understand bird population trends. Michael Dunn,…

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