Homes for Wildlife Weekend - Sunshine Coast

building-bat-house.jpgThe Sunshine Coast Wildlife Project is inviting wildlife stewards of all ages to drop by the Sechelt Legion any time between 11am and 4pm on November 14th and 15th to learn how they can help wildlife at home and in their community.

Community members can pick up a ready-made owl nest box, bat house or Mason bee box, or build their own from an easy-to-assemble kit with the assistance of Wildlife Project volunteers. Those who already have Mason bee homes can bring in their tubes or blocks for assistance cleaning their cocoons and guidance about how to care for the bees over the winter. People can nominate sites for shoreline restoration or learn how to become Wildlife Habitat Stewards or volunteer with wildlife monitoring efforts on the Sunshine Coast.

The Wildlife Project’s community stewardship programs are generously supported by Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation, Public Conservation Assistance Fund, Habitat Stewardship Program, and the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program. For more information, please visit the project’s website at https://www.coastwildlife.ca/park-blog/how-to-help/homes-for-wildlife , email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 604-989-1007.

 

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