Thu, May 25|
DRBIPA Nature Stroll: To The Point And Back
Join us for a DRBIPA Nature Stroll along Tavistock Trail, all about birds that call Brae Island home, with Ted Goshulak.
Time & Location
May 25, 6:30 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.
Langley Township, 9451 Glover Rd, Langley Twp, BC V2W, Canada
About the event
Did you know there are over 25 birds that call Brae Island home throughout the spring? Both migratory and sedentary birds.
Join us for a nature stroll at Brae Island Regional Park. Ted Goshulak from Langley Field Naturalists will guide us as we go along Tavistock Trail and learn about the birds that we see and hear along our way.
Get out and enjoy the trails with us! And spot some birds we don't often see throughout the year...
REGISTER & GET YOUR TICKET HERE. 12 Spaces available.
Thursday, May 25, 2023
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Please register for this event by My 22nd and let us know if you need to cancel so we can open up the space for another person if a waitlist forms — thank you!
We'll send a reminder and meeting location out to all registered attendees 2 days before the event.
Things to consider:
- Bring water with you in a reusable container if possible (and snacks if needed).
- Please stay home if you are feeling any cold or flu-like symptoms.
Ted Goshulak is a member of the Langley Field Naturalists, assisted with the Purple Martin monitoring at Tavistock Point, a resident of Langley for over 30 years, a retired academic librarian (30 years @ TWU), and a long time birder, who is also attempting to broaden his knowledge of the natural world.
Derby Reach Brae Island Parks Association is hosting this guided nature stroll in the park.