Camas Day kicks off this weekend

During the 24th annual event, explore Beacon Hill Park and listen to talks to Thomas Munson, Rick Page and Kristi Kilpatrick.

Beacon Hill Park and the Victoria Natural History Society’s annual Camas Day kicks off for the 24th year this weekend.

On Saturday, May 2, explore Beacon Hill Park and learn how First Nations people lived in harmony with nature in this unique habitat.

Thomas Munson, natural areas technologist with the City of Victoria, will speak about a project to do with endangered species preservation and restoration of rare plants in the park.

Rick Page and Kristi Kilpatrick with the Urban Wildlife Stewardship Society will guide a walk and speak about the urban deer population.

For more info, contact Helen at 250-592-6659 or Roy at 250-380-5023.


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