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Cats and Birds in Your Community

Join us at ABNC for a fascinating talk about the connection between cats and birds in your community!

Tonight’s presenter,  Anna, will discuss the current state of birds in Canada and the top 3 threats to bird populations. She will also provide science-based resources and advice on what people can do to support birds in their community. The presentation will address climate change, bird-window collisions and bird predation by roaming cats. This topic will be of interest to cat owners and non-cat owners alike!

Anna Skurikhina is a biologist and a nature enthusiast currently residing in Kelowna, BC. Anna works as a Cats and Birds Project Coordinator with the non-profit Stewardship Centre for BC. The Stewardship Centre leads the Cats and Birds project to improve cat welfare and protect birds from the impact of roaming cats. As part of the project’s advisory committee, Anna works with animal welfare groups, conservation organizations, academia and governments to help address the issue of roaming cats and bird decline in BC.
This event will be held in the classroom at ABNC.
Admission is by donation and pre-registration is required!

BC Wildlife Parks – “Conservation in Action”

BC Wildlife Park is returning to ABNC this August on Wednesday 10th! They will be bringing several at-risk species to ABNC including a painted turtle, rubber boa, and some at-risk raptor species. The audience will have the chance to meet the wildlife up close and ask questions!

We’ll start the evening at 6:00pm, so please arrive 10-15 minutes early in order to get checked in and find a seat on our benches. The event will run from 6-7pm and pre-registration for tickets is required!

The cost is $15 for adults, $6 for kids ages 4-17, free for kids 3 and under. (There is no need to register kids 3 and under).

Please feel free to bring blankets for the benches, or your own camp chairs!

***Reminder: This is an OUTDOOR event, please dress according to the weather.***