Welcome

Welcome to the Whistler Naturalists Society, a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase local knowledge of and appreciation for the natural world in the Whistler area.

UPCOMING + PAST EVENTS
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Monthly Bird Walk

Held the first Saturday of the month.

 

We meet at the foot of Lorimer Rd. by the river & RR crossing to walk to Rainbow park & back.

The schedule for the next few walks is:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  • September 5th *CANCELLED*

  • October 3rd *TBD*

*due to COVID-19*

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Fungus Among Us

This year's Fungus Among Us is tentatively scheduled for Oct. 16 & 17.

 

Thanks ​so much to all of the scientists, volunteers, students, teachers, and participants who made our 2019 event  an incredible success!

Click below to check out our past event photos and results...

Whistler-BioBlitz

BioBlitz

This year's BioBlitz took place in three parts on June 16-18, 25, & July 27-29.

Thanks so much to all of the scientists, volunteers, students, teachers, and participants who made our 2020 event a success despite the circumstances!​

Click below to check out our past event photos and results...

NEWS

*NEW* Forest March BC in Whistler

We are supporting the Forest March planned for Whistler on September 18th, 2020. If you would like to participate you can see more details here or send an email addressed to Sabrina at whistlernaturalists[at]gmail.com.

BioBlitz Talks: Virtual Webinar

If you missed this year's BioBlitz Talks, you can watch a video recording from our live webinar with mycologist Bryce Kendrick and ecologist Jordan Rosenfeld on our website here.

Seed Cone Scavenger Hunt

Get to know the different seed cones we have in the Whistler valley by going on this interactive Seed Cone Scavenger Hunt!

Whistler Bird list

Discover Whistler's 261 species! Compiled by Naturalist volunteers Karl Ricker, Heather Baines, Chris Dale and Marcia Danielson. Available at the Whistler Museum or Armchair Books.

 

Call for Volunteers 

The Naturalists are a volunteer run organization so we always like to hear from those who are interested in helping out or have a project of their own they'd like our help with. More info here. .

4,000 Species and Counting! 

Lists of all of Whistlers species can be found on the Whistler Biodiversity Project website.

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Whistler Naturalists

Address

Whistler Naturalists Society
PO Box 845
Whistler, BC  V0N 1B0

Contact

WhistlerNaturalists [at] gmail.com

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