This, via my favourite reptilian correspondent, @pembyboa, the instagram alter-ego of Dr Leslie Anthony. Anthony spotted this albino banana slug in 2009 on a hike to Garibaldi Lake. He hasn't seen once since, until July 9, during Whistler's Bioblitz, (the 10th!) when participants found three albino banana slugs on two different sections of trail. What … Continue reading Sighted: Albino banana slugs!
Last month, Pemberton had the honour of hosting just over fifty scientist specialized in their field from near and very far as an extension of the Whistler Naturalists annual BioBlitz event. This is the first time Pemberton has co-hosted this event. As the scientists unloaded from the bus, the butterflies in my stomach took flight. … Continue reading Humbled and Happy: A shout out from Stewardship Pemberton
The Whistler BioBlitz is a 24 hour race against the clock to count as many species as possible.And this year, it's coming to Pemberton!Join Stewardship Pemberton Society, the SLRD and guest biologists to discover the unique biodiversity of the new local conservation area at the Fulton Property. Meet at the bottom of Happy Trail. Email … Continue reading Stewardship Pemberton brings BioBlitz to Pemberton, August 24, 2pm