The Natural History Centre is open for spring! The Centre is located at the Hornby Community School and home to a wide ranging display focusing on the animals and geology of Hornby Island. Whether you are a child or an adult, you will find wild information and fun hands-on activities.
Spring hours are from 1–3:30pm Thursdays. Visitors can view the natural history displays, participate in fun activities, and tour the ethnobotanical garden. Stay tuned for the 2015 summer programming, including yearly speaker series and nature field trips.
Learn more at the Hornby Island Natural History Centre website.
Pictured Above: Chocolate Lilies at the Natural History Centre’s Ethnobotanical Garden. Photo by Barb Biagi (cropped).