Natural History Exhibit, Speakers & Field Trips
Published June 27, 2012
Hornby Island 2012
Natural History Exhibit
Hornby Island Community School – 2100 Sollans Road
Through the Natural History Exhibit entrance. Follow the signs.
Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to develop a deeper personal relationship with the natural world with an exhibit of mounted specimens, insects, fossils, bones and activities for an up-close and fun learning experience.
Exhibit Open: Wed to Sat, 10am – 3pm
Hornby Island Natural History Exhibit admission is by suggested donation of two dollars per person.
Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
Tuesday Natural History Field Trip
July 10 & Aug. 7 Into the Woods – “Don’t Miss a Thing”
July 17 & Aug. 14 Low Tide Walk – “What’s for Dinner?”
July 17 & August 28 Lets Rock and Roll
July 24 & August 21 Hornby’s Biodiversity
July 31 The Bird’s Nest
July 3 & August 28 Hornby Island Young Naturalist Club
*Pre-registration is essential as space is limited.
Call Rachel in Natural History at (250) 335.2125 or register in the exhibit. Please do not leave a message. $10 per family.
Thursday Speaker Series
July 19 “Common Birds of Hornby Island” – Mike Yip
July 26“The Beauty of Dragonflies”– Terry Thormin
August 2 “Fossils of Hornby Island”– Graham Beard
August 9 “Underwater World of Hornby” – Amanda Zielinsky
*All presentations are held at 2pm in the school library.
Entrance is through the Natural History doors.
Admission by donation.