Please consider joining us in providing natural history programs and exhibits and continuing the tradition of nature education on Hornby Island by becoming a member. The Natural History Centre exists to support environmental education and provide community members and visitors opportunities for cultivating deeper relationships with the natural world. In the last ten years, we have expanded from caring for a few specimens in the school library to a vibrant centre with a natural history collection, student education, expert speaker series, topical nature walks, and more. Our ability to provide educational resources and programs for all ages could not have been achieved without the community’s enthusiasm and support.
To join, you can mail a cheque to:
Hornby Island Natural History Centre
2100 B Sollans Rd.
Hornby Island, BC V0R 1Z0
Please address cheques to HIES / Hornby Natural History Centre
Memberships cost $10 per person.
Pictured above: Eagles by barb biagi.