Date(s) - 18/11/2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Charlotte is a wildlife photographer and naturalist, with a passion for birds. She worked at the Raptor Center for several years, and spent a year in an adventure-tourism program at West Coast Adventure College. In 2012, Charlotte decided to begin a quest to photograph all of the 15 owl species found in British Columbia. So far she has photographed 12. She spends her time following deer trails through the old growth forests of Vancouver Island, and is known to drop everything and head off to some remote patch of forest at the whisper of an owl sighting. Charlotte is also an artist, who focuses on making art that brings us closer to the natural world and the creatures we share this planet with. Her business is called Owling Wolf and can be found on instagram at @owlingwolf and her wildlife photography is at @cgwildlifephotography.
Charlotte will lead the walk through Rotary/McAdam Park and share some of her passion and knowledge about local bird species. There are an abundance of eagles in the park right now for the salmon run, so we will spend some time watching the eagles and learning about the relationships that they have with the rest of the beings in the ecosystem. The walk will end in the Rotary Park Community Meadow site that we are working on in The Resiliency Project and there is an opportunity to get involved in the project.
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