The Whistler Naturalists have been writing NatureSpeak articles in our local weekly paper The Pique Newsmagazine since 1999. These articles cover a wide range of natural history subjects that are available to be viewed here.
What's the buzz about? Cicadas in Whistler
Our Critter and Climate Calamity
Backcountry naturalists wanted!
Garden pest or acrobatic beetle?
With Great Flowers Come Great Responsibility
Daytime bat sightings in winter
The American Dipper: A small swimming crow?
The Magic of Hair Ice
Whistler’s wild birding year
2021 Wedgemount Glacier Survey
Separate Wood Wide Webs?
The robber flies, insect assassinator extraordinaire
Finding the black petaltail dragonfly
Protecting Whistler's lakes
My journey from animal enthusiast to bird nerd
Yellow Cedars in Whistler
What to do if you find injured wildlife
Why the need for Forest March BC?
Discovering Tracks in Our Own Backyard
Connecting with Nature, One Step at a Time
Record Count on Fall Feathered Friends
Wedgemount Glacier Survey
Fungus Among Us factoids
The wonderful wood-wide web
When it rains, it spores
Spring migration to Whistler—How was it?
You little weasel!
Luscious locks of lichen
Autumn birds finish year on an unexpected crescendo
Highs and lows of corridor Christmas bird counts
Whistler's watershed divide
It's all for the Birds
Best of both worlds—deciduous conifers
Glacier monitoring update shows Wedgemount continues to recede
What do summer bird studies tell us?
Freaky fungi feature bloody tooth fungus
Why spores are not a bore
Is that oil on the beach?
What does the 2019 bird migration tell us?
A beginner's guide to forest bathing
Whistler Lakes: Ephemeral Geological Wonders
BioBlitz focuses on big and old trees
Whistler to Pemberton BioBlitz with iNaturalist
Morels are everywhere and impossible to find
Bill Mathews, giant of Sea-to-Sky Geology
Northern Pygmy Owl—daytime hooter, friend to birders