YNC taking a walk on the beach

Sunday, March 22 from 1-3 p.m. the Young Naturalists’ Club will meet at sandy Kye Bay

The Young Naturalists’ Club has monthly “Explorer Days” at different locations in the Comox Valley, under the leadership of local nature-enthusiasts Jarrett Krentzel and Jocie Ingram.

On Sunday, March 22 from 1-3 p.m. the Young Naturalists’ Club will meet at sandy Kye Bay to explore the beach at low tide, and walk along the coastline towards Air Force Beach.

Explorers will be looking at the sand flats and tide pools, with creatures such as sand dollars, clams, small fish, crabs and anemones. They will also watch for ducks, gulls, bald eagles and other birds.

Families are welcome to come out for one walk before committing to membership, which is $25 a year per family.

For more information visit the YNC website at ync.ca

The YNC is affiliated with Comox Valley Nature (comoxvalleynaturalist.bc.ca

To participate in the March 22 walk, RSVP to YNCComox@gmail.com Meeting spot will be at the end of Windslow Rd. at Kye Bay in Comox.

 

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