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15 Red Necked Grebes 3 Lake Osoyoos May 12

POTLUCK DINNER AND PRESENTATION

“Invaders Make Bad Neighbours”

When?:  Join us on Sunday October 21 for our fall Potluck Dinner

Where?: At the Oliver United Church, 511 Church Ave at 5.30 p.m.

18 OASISS Lisa Scott_2017 field flowers - Cropped.jpgLocal biologist Lisa Scott will be speaking on the latest invasive plants we need to be concerned about and how they are being tackled. Also learn about recent insect invasions that are causing quite a stir in the Okanagan-Similkameen Region.

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Who?: Guest Speaker: Lisa Scott, Executive Director Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society (OASISS) will present “Invaders Make Bad Neighbours” – a discussion about the latest invasive plants we need to be concerned about and how they are being tackled. We’ll also hear about recent insect invasions that are causing quite a buzz in the Okanagan-Similkameen Region.

What to bring?  Bring a food contribution, plate, cutlery etc.

Membership renewals are also due.

For more information, please contact: Marianne Hutterli 250-498-2743

 

Snowbirds

DO YOU LOVE NATURE?  

Our club’s main focus is moderately paced rambles where you get a chance to take photographs, examine wildflowers, and watch for birds.

OUTINGS  are every second weekend, with Saturdays and Sundays alternating. Each walk is led by a volunteer who has scouted out the trail in advance and can give advice on duration, difficulty level etc. 

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We usually meet in Oliver or Osoyoos at 9:30 am and carpool to the trail head. The walk ends early to mid afternoon …. so bring lunch and snacks.

We like to stick to well-defined trails, though they may vary in width and terrain. 

We are NOT a fast-paced, hardcore hiking group. 

List of hikes

  • We welcome all ages, families, kids, young and old.
  • Tourists, visitors to the area, snowbirds, and guests also welcome.
  • There’s NO CHARGE for the outings … but we do ask you to become a member after you’ve tried us out a couple of times.
  • You don’t have to be an experienced hiker or have fancy equipment.
  • Your leaders love to share their knowledge about the flora & fauna, so ask lots of questions!

LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR ENVIRONMENT

EXPLORE THE BEAUTY OF THE SOUTH OKANAGAN

RELAX AND HAVE FUN 

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All pictures on this site were taken by Oliver-Osoyoos Naturalists Club members

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