Evening Programs and Meetings
Our meetings are on the third Thursday of the month, except July and August, at 7:15 pm at the Langley Music School, 4899 207 St., Langley. A brief business session is followed by the evening program and refreshments.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 19TH
BC SPECIES AT RISK - DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE
Speaker: Fred Bunnell
A look at ecological and legislative reasons why BC has so many species at risk. Points are illustrated by looking at the fate of the first four species legally designated as endangered in the province (in 1980). The rabbit hole lurks because in the Wonderland of BC these are still the only species legally designated as endangered.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16TH
RAPTORS OF THE FRASER VALLEY – HOW ARE THEY DOING AND HOW CAN WE HELP.
Speaker: Myles Lamont
Myles Lamont is a wildlife biologist, zoologist and naturalist. Working professionally as both a wildlife biologist and a zoologist, he has a strong passion for wildlife conservation, reintroduction biology and the management of threatened species. He has worked both internationally and domestically on wildlife conservation projects, from arctic and boreal Canada to the tropical forests of the Indian Ocean.

THURSDAY DECEMBER 14TH
**Please note, this is one week earlier than our usual meetings**
MEMBERS NIGHT
Special evening consisting of a short business meeting followed by “Members’ Favourites”
You are invited to bring 10-12 slides, photos, a collection
Finger food pot luck, and social hour

THURSDAY JANUARY 18TH
KLEE WYCK JOURNAL
Speaker: Lou McKee
Lou has written and illustrated a book, Klee Wyck Journal. She and her husband David are ocean kayakers who, after many years, claimed a wilderness beach on the west coast of Vancouver Island. After being caught in heavy rains with tarps and tents, they decided they wanted better shelter and built a cabin, the participants being family and friends, and it took about 15 summer vacations to complete. During this time, she kept a journal and illustrated the nature around her every day. Besides the drawings and observances, the program also tells the story of the community of people and wild animals, the building of the cabin, food they eat, general musings, adventures in their kayaks, etc. They will present a power point, do readings from the book, encourage audience discussion, have books to sell, original art from the book, and a copy of the original journal.

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