Camille Coray
Camille CorayExecutive Director
Camille Coray served as an Environmental Educator at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve for three years before being appointed to the position of Executive Director. She enjoys connecting with the variety of people who use the trails and services at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve and always has a smile on her face.

When not working at the reserve, she enjoys spending time with her three young children (who she often brings to the reserve for nature walks), camping, playing music, reading, knitting, and snuggling with her two cats (once her children are in bed).

Marta Reczek
Marta ReczekEnvironmental Educator + Coordinator
Marta realized her love of outdoor education for children while working as an Instructor at a Nature Camp. She believes that if we nurture a positive relationship between kids and nature then we can create healthy and sustainable communities. Marta has several years of experience with organic farming, which has strengthened her goal to teach kids about how important the environment is. While farming in Yarrow, she was also part of the Roots to Grow Nature Learning program, educating kids in an outdoor school setting.
John LeFlock
John LeFlockWildlife Artist
John has had an interest in art from a very young age. His art is unique as he is completely self-taught and has developed his own style as a multi-media artist. He paints in many mediums such as pastels, oils, water colours, charcoal, inks and acrylics. He often combines these different mediums to create very detailed, three dimensional looking pieces of work. John enjoys painting a variety of subjects, which include landscapes, portrait art, wildlife, flowers and ocean scenes.
Amy Guenther
Amy GuentherArt Instructor
Raised in Abbotsford, Amy has loved art from a young age. She has taken watercolour lessons since the age of six, and got the opportunity to study drawing under an Italian master. One of her favourite things to do is get outside to enjoy nature and draw. Living in the Fraser Valley is amazing because she is surrounded by beautiful nature that inspires her to create. Art is Amy’s favourite hobby and she feels blessed to have a career as an artist!
Chloe Berge
Chloe BergeEnvironmental Educator
Chloe loves working outside and introducing students to the diverse wildlife and rich vegetation found around the Reserve. Chloe is really passionate about the environment and is currently a student at the University of the Fraser Valley studying Biology and Ecology. She loves hands-on education and is always excited to learn something new. Outside of work, Chloe enjoys hiking with her dog, visiting with friends, photography, and cooking.
Abbey Riddolls
Abbey RiddollsEnvironmental Educator
Abbey is a Biology and Geography major at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV). She believes that outdoor education is an important route towards bringing up the next generation of environmental stewards. Abbey can usually be found enthusiastically pursuing her next big research project around the UFV campus. During her spare time, she enjoys hiking, drawing, or cozying up with a good book.