BMN members joined the BC Precious Frog team to search for amphibian egg masses and the Oregon Spotted Frog at Pitt Addington Marsh.
Jenn Burt, Marine Biologist at SFU, provided a fascinating presentation at our March monthly meeting on her research on kelp forest ecology. She explained the ecological and social transitions that are occurring as sea otters return to high latitude temperate reef ecosystems. To learn more about Jenn’s work, visit her web site.
Everyone, including the birds, were enjoying the sunshine yesterday near Noons Creek in Port Moody. We counted 23 species during the Great Backyard Bird Count. Thanks Bird Studies Canada and Noons Creek Hatchery.
Metro Vancouver produced a video tribute to Kiyoshi Takahashi, nature volunteer and BMN member. The video highlights some of his many accomplishments and contributions to conserving nature in the Tri-Cities area.
Grade 10 science students, Kennedy Jette, Maya Patel, and Maddy Hausch from Riverside Secondary School in Port Coquitlam, contacted BMN to research for their science project. They met with BMN members John Saremba and Kiyoshi Takahashi to learn about bats and their environment in the local area. The talented students compiled what they learned into…
BMN members participated in the annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC) on Saturday, December 16. In all, 85 observers in 18 teams identified 82 species and 11,585 individual birds in the TriCities area. For the past 23 years, the Naturalists have joined forces with the Alouette Field Naturalists for a one-day count of all the birds…
Anne Holt is one of BMN’s founding members, She has served on the executive for 29 years but decided to step down this year. To recognize Anne for her many contributions to our club, she was given an honorary membership and was acknowledged at our annual general meeting on December 7. Thank you, Anne.