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Bugs R Us – Young Naturalists Club
by Lorrie Schrader

Our January 27, 2011 meeting was so special.  We had Rick Howie from Kamloops speak to our group about Owls.  Rick has been leading the Christmas Bird Count in this and other locations in and around Kamloops for many years and is a preeminent authority on birds. Rick started the meeting off with a power point presentation on the many Owls we have in the Shuswap area. His presentation was enhanced with his Owl calls which he then encouraged everyone to try. But, the highlight of the afternoon was special guest, Pilot the Burrowing Owl. Everyone got a chance to pet Pilot and ask many questions about his diet, habitat and territory.  Pilot had everyone captivated and graciously

NatureKids Merritt

Welcome NatureKids Merritt Club! 
Volunteer Co-leaders: Roxanne, & Crystal
Club email: Merritt@naturekidsbc.ca

Meet your leaders:

Crystal Wallace: I have always been a nature enthusiast. I grew up in Logan Lake BC where we would always go for long hikes and explore the forests around our house. Now that I am an adult I am using my love for nature to create a career. I have a Diploma in Natural Resource Technology and am currently completing my Bsc in Environmental Practice. I became a nature club leader because I wanted to be more involved in the community and help the young people of Merritt learn more about nature and get outside!!

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