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Coffee Cutters  Saturday, October 1, 2016 @ 9:00 a.m.. Meet at the cairn on Camp River Road. Dress for the weather.  Wear sturdy footwear & long pants. Tools and Gloves provided. Coffee at Minter's afterwards.

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Open to the Public 

Knowing Nature  Speaker Series

 next talk is: 7:30 PM ,Tues September 20, 2016 

Hugh Laughlin & Cynthia Berg "Mason Bees"

held at the

Neighbourhood Learning Centre  

46361 Yale Road, Chilliwack, 

Thank You BC Nature Foundation. Your 2015 Grant of $1250 is funding our BC Swallow Conservation Project

Thank You Chilliwack Foundation Your 2014 Grant purchased CFN a new laptop computer & a portable screen! 

CFN acknowledges the 2014 financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia. Grant money is for  continued restoration of the

 Camp River Wildlife Area

OUR MOTTO... "To Know Nature And To Keep It Worth Knowing"

ABOUT US... The Chilliwack Field Naturalists, formed in 1971, is  an affiliated club of the province-wide BC Nature, formerly the Federation of BC Naturalists. 

 COME and JOIN US... The Chilliwack Field Naturalists provide an opportunity for all ages to get acquainted with our natural world. Informative evening programs provide a full complement of interesting, illustrated talks featuring geology, plants, wildlife habitats and ecosystems. 

 WHY GET OUT IN NATURE ?  To enjoy and interpret the natural history of the Upper Fraser Valley * to appreciate and promote conservation of the natural ecosystems that support us all and to ensure the future of wild species and spaces

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Heron Heralds

September  2016 Heron Herald

Fall 2016 Calendar

CONSERVATION 

Current Conservation Report

Swallow Conservation Project 2015

Harrison Lake IPP 

Independent Power Projects

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March 2016 Annual Report

Glenn Ryder, 1938-2013

"Birder extraordinaire"

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