Travels in the Antipodes: Birds and bees and more

Join the Pender Harbour Wildlife Society for a trip Down Under when Michael Jackson of Garden Bay – Lagoon Society executive director, ecologist, naturalist and photographer – presents photographs of fauna and flora from his recent trip. Enjoy the colours and sights of New Zealand and the Australian Eastern Coast, including the Great Barrier Reef. 

Jackson is a keen birder and wildlife photographer and on Tuesday, Jan. 15, guests can share in these wonders of the natural world. He will also give an update on the news and advancements of the Pender Harbour Ocean Discovery Station at Irvine’s Landing.

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Admission is free and refreshments will be served, 7 p.m. at Pender Harbour Secondary. For more information, email info@penderharbourwildlife.com or see www.penderharbourwildlife.com.

– Submitted by Carole Logtenberg

 

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