5200 Sumas Prairie Rd. Chilliwack, BC

Upcoming Events

Join us for monthly Heron Walks!

Don't miss this opportunity to learn all about the amazing Pacific Great Blue Heron! There will be free guided Heron Walks between 10:00 am - 11:00 am and 11:15 am-12:15 pm on Saturday, June 3rd, which you can register for below!

Description: The Pacific Great Blue Heron is a species at risk and the namesake of our Nature Reserve due to the large breeding colony that has thrived here for more than 50 years. Join us for a FREE hour-long guided tour to learn all about this fascinating species.

Led by an experienced environmental educator, our Heron tours take you on a journey of discovery, to learn about the life cycle of the Pacific Great Blue Heron and view their breeding grounds. You'll learn all about this remarkable species, its habitat, and how it has thrived on the Nature Reserve. Immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery and enjoy viewing the Herons and other wildlife as you walk through the Reserve, gaining an understanding of the significance of this natural area and the role it plays in maintaining habitat for this species and many others. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to experience the wonders of the Nature Reserve and deepen your appreciation for its importance to our local wildlife.

Heron tours are FREE and suitable for people of all ages. We hope that we'll see you at the next one!

Book a spot on a Heron Walk Now!

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Volunteer Event - Yellow Flag Iris Seed Removal

We are looking for up to 20 volunteers to join us on the water on Saturday June 3rd @ 12:30 pm for a day of Yellow Flag Iris seed removal!

While beautiful, Yellow Flag Iris is a highly invasive species that dominates wetland ecosystems and threatens biodiversity. It's spread can be controlled by the removal of flowers and seed pods. We are seeking volunteers that can bring their own chest waders, canoes, kayaks, or SUPs and help us remove seeds in the marshes and lagoons of the GBHNR. Volunteers must be comfortable reaching and bending out of their boat to pull the flowers and seed heads. They must also be able to transport and lift their own watercraft.

This is a rare opportunity to be on the water of the nature reserve and enjoy the beautiful weather and wildlife, while contributing to the preservation of this important wetland habitat!

Fill out the form below to join us for this event! The completion of a waiver will be required for all participants. Contact us @ [email protected] or 604-823-6603 with any questions. 


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