MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!

The Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society is having a fundraiser at Duke’s Country Pub!
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Located at 41582 Yale Rd W, Chilliwack on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

-Tickets are $15, available for pre-purchase at Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society or at the door for $20

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1. a roast beef dinner or a pasta vegetarian option (please let me know in advance if you want the veggie option – herons@shawbiz.ca) provided from 7-8:30pm (event starts at 6:00)
2. a 50/50 raffle draw of $2 a raffle or 6 for $10 (where half the proceeds go to you, and half to us!) and
3. music and dancing all night long*********

Please join us and support the #GBHNR!

Local supporters unite! The Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society is having our annual Calendar Fundraiser for the 2018 year!
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ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARDS THE GREAT BLUE HERON NATURE RESERVE
While quantities last

Stop by into our interpretive centre during your next visit to pick up your Calendar for $20 before they’re all gone!! 

Rotary Interpretive Centre  (Free admission)

Open Year Round dawn to dusk

10 am – 3 pm   Nov 1 – Jan 31             10 am – 4 pm  Feb 1 – Oct 31

  Closed Dec 25th

Looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity?

Volunteer with us at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve!  

We offer many volunteer opportunities including interpretive centre receptionist, gardener, and environmental educator assistant.  

Are you an avid birder?  Do you have a background in education? Are you looking for an opportunity to get out of the house and socialize while being a steward for wetland habitat and serving your community?

Call Camille 604-823-6603, email herons@shawbiz.ca, or download our online form at http://chilliwackblueheron.com/support-us/volunteer/

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Experience the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, BC

The Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society manages the programs and services on a 325 acre wetlands located on the un-dyked floodplain of the Vedder River. The site is known for the large breeding colony of Great Blue Herons nesting from March to July.

Enjoy beautiful walking trails and the wonderful Rotary Interpretive Centre manned by helpful & friendly volunteers!

 

 

Lots To Explore and Fun For The Whole Family!

Get out and explore nature! Check out our site trails to view a map, and plan your next visit today!

  • Observation Tower
  • 3 Bird Blinds
  • Salmon Channels
  • Trails & Bridges
  • Gift Shop
  • Discovery Classrooms
  • Visitor & School Programs

Programs and Free Events

Make sure to check out our upcoming programs, and free events happening soon!