Date(s) - 19/Mar/2020
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
🌿Botanie valley wildflowers – online presentation
The presentation originally scheduled for this Thursday (Maria Sibylla Merian, naturalist and illustrator) has been postponed due to the NV Board’s new policy in response to COVID-19 risk. The original location (Vancouver Unitarian centre) will be closed.
In its place we are presenting (online only) a repeat of the fall 2016 slideshow on wildflowers in the Bootahnie Valley and Skwaha Lake wildlife reserve. Teresa Gagné will be the speaker.
In 2015 the Botany section of Nature Vancouver had 3 day visit to Lytton area, including the Bootahnie Valley (with permission of the Lytton Band) and Skwaha Wildlife Reserve (with permission of the reserve ranger).
This will be presented live at 7:30 pm as a Zoom video-conference.
How to get in:
You will need to download the “Zoom Client for Meetings” application from https://zoom.us/download , where you will also find smartphone and tablet versions. This takes less than 5 minutes. You do not need to register a Zoom account.
On Thursday evening after 7:20 click on [note: meeting was a success]
There will be time for question and answer.
We will not be sharing tea or cookies this time.
You can contact us at botany@NatureVancouver.ca