Trudy Chatwin, Chair of GOERT’s Vertebrates at Risk RIG, writes:
In May 1989, when my twins were four years old, we watched Western Bluebirds nesting in a beautiful Garry Oak meadow on Mt. Tzuhalem, near Duncan, BC. Since 1995, however, the local (Georgia Depression) population of Western Bluebirds has not been known to nest in BC.
I would like to help restore nesting populations of this important and beautiful bird so that my daughter Heather, a leader of the Victoria Young Naturalists’ Club, can inspire others with the thought that they can be a part of restoring nature, and that they too can watch Western Bluebirds at their nests. READ MORE →