Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve
The Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve is a 130-hectare (325 acre) site located on the undyked floodplain of the Vedder River. Managed by the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve Society, the site is home to over 100 Great Blue Heron nests and a wide variety of wildlife and vegetation including the following species: Painted Turtle, Bald Eagle, & Salish Sucker.
The site includes:
-2,400 sq. ft. Rotary Interpretive Centre
-Fish spawning channels
-8 kms of walking trails
-Self-guided interpretive walking trail
-Wheelchair accessible building & trails
This site is managed and staffed by volunteers. Exciting volunteer opportunities are available as interpretive guides, interpretive centre reception, and management board positions.
Degree of difficulty: walk