Exploring the Sooke region

CRD naturalists offer educational programs at area parks

Bountiful Berries

Saturday, August 22 1-2:30 p.m.

East Sooke Regional Park (East Sooke)

 

Guided Walk for 5 years+

Join a CRD Regional Parks naturalist on a walk to explore for blackberries, Oregon grape berries, salal berries and more. There will also be an opportunity to taste jams made from some of these natural delights. Meet at the kiosk in the Aylard Farm parking lot off Becher Bay Road.

 

Sooke Potholes Guided Adult Hike

Sunday, August 23 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

Sooke Potholes Regional Park (Sooke)

Guided Adult Hike for 18 years+

Here’s a chance to explore Sooke Potholes with a CRD Regional Parks naturalist.

Wear sturdy shoes, pack a lunch and water.  There is no fee for this program but you must pre-register as space is limited. Call 250.478.3344 by August 21 for registration and meeting location details.

Please leave your pets at home. For inquiries contact CRD Regional Parks at 250.478.3344 or visit www.crd.bc.ca/parks-events.

 

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