People often ask if GaLTT will do another Winter Walkabout series. The answer is no—that was a pandemic special—but we’ve got something just as good!

We’re really excited to announce a series of guided interpretive walks running on the first Saturdays of the month, January through May. Sign up to join us and learn more about Gabriola!

Because these are guided walks and we want to be sure everyone can hear the leaders speak, pre-registration is required and will be limited to 20 people per walk. Register at beginning on Wednesday December 13th (early registrations will NOT be accepted). Pre-registrants will receive a confirmation email with instructions for payment and more details about the walk you are signing up for.

The suggested donation for each walk is $10. Note that start times vary.

The length of each walk will be approximately an hour and a half.

January 13, 10 am ‘Forests – Beyond Big Trees’

  • Leaders: research forester Rob Brockley and author Amanda Lewis (Tracking Giants: Big Trees, Tiny Triumphs and Misadventures in the Forest) UPDATED: date change to Jan 13

February 3, 10 am. ‘Walking through History’

  • Leader: Kerry Marcus, GaLTT’s founding president, horse back rider and custodian of the Robert Degnen farm house (circa 1899)

March 2, 1:30 pm. ‘Gabriola Birds: Songs & Stewardship’

  • Leaders: Vicky Scott, birding enthusiast and Libby Gunn, naturalist

April 6, 10 am ‘Conserving and Connecting Gabriola’

  • Leaders: Claudia Brann, local nature enthusiast, and Anne Landry, GaLTT conservation co-chair

May 4, 10 am ‘Map Reading 101’

(or, how not to get lost in the 707)

  • Leader: Hugh Skinner, GaLTT president, cyclist and hiker

Share This Post!