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Award-winning author Briony Penn will give a presentation on her book The Real Thing at the Scout Island Nature Centre next week.
The Williams Lake Field Naturalists invite the public to the 2016 version of their famous annual fundraising banquet, Friday April 15.
The first day of autumn at Scout Island Nature Centre is the day we say goodbye to our summer staff.
The first day of autumn at Scout Island Nature Centre is the day we say good-bye to our summer staff.
The cultural and natural riches of the Chilcotin have attracted homesteaders, naturalists, artists and writers for centuries.
Thanks to the generosity of our community, a new climate control system was installed in the Nature House last winter.
The Williams Lake chapter of Young Naturalists Club of British Columbia is planning some great outings for the fall and winter.
How many children can one woman nurture in a 21 year career?
Author Helen O’Brian will give a free presentation at Scout Island this Thursday, May 30 to launch her new book Fin’s Swim.
This year the Williams Lake Field Naturalists have an extraordinary treat for those who attend their annual fundraising banquet.
The Williams Lake Field Naturalists will present a free public program at the Scout Island Nature Centre on Pink Mountain.
Our resident birds have provided a lot of excitement over the summer.
The response to the Scout Island writing contest brought smiles to the faces of the judges who got to read them all.