December 2019
           
We finally had some snowfall last night, probably about 4 or 5 inches at our house up on the mountainside in Wynndel, but..... it was already raining before I left for work and it is STILL raining!
 
This photo is at about 1:30 pm today, Dec 20th. It is a very dreary, rainy, foggy day. I think what snow we had overnight will be gone in short order!
 
I've included a link to the 2019-20 Winter Wetlander that just went out in the mail. The 2018/19 Annual Report, along with the Financial Statement, is included, beginning on page 7. Check out the articles and photos on the 2019 Field Season, Discovery Centre update, Six Mile Slough Restoration Project and Barn Swallows!
 
Wishing everyone the happiest of holidays and all the very best in the New Year!
Smiles!
Pamela Sabo
Administrative Assistant to the Head of Conservation Programs
 
Winter 2019/20 Wetlander - click here
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Administration Building Hours
 
 
Regular business hours are:
 
Monday to Friday
 
9 am to 4 pm
(closed from 12-1)
 
 
 
Winter 2019/20
Wetlander Newsletter
including the
2018/19 Annual Report
 
The Winter edition of the Wetlander newsletter is available for viewing.  Check out the articles and photos on the 2019 Field Season, Discovery Centre update, Six Mile Slough Restoration Project and Barn Swallows!
 
The 2018/19 Annual Report is also included in this issue.
 
To read the latest Wetlander, click here.
 
The CVWMA Trails are Open Year Round.  Be prepared for winter conditions...
 
PLEASE NOTE!
Pedestrian access from the parking lot to the trails will be closed during the demolition of the old Interpretation Centre!  PLEASE USE  the Balancing Rock Trail parking lot and access the trails from the north or south of the visitor centre. Access will re-open in spring. A bridge will need to be put in place to re-connect the parking lot trail to the boardwalk and bird tower trails.

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Creston Valley Wildlife Management Authority
PO Box 640
Creston, BC V0B 1G0