What a Lark!: Stories of Skylarks and Introduced Species in Victoria

What a Lark!: Stories of Skylarks and Introduced Species in Victoria

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Join us at Ross Bay Villa Historic House Museum in the restored Victorian drawing room for an intimate evening of storytelling and natural history. RBV Society Vice President and storyteller Kathryn McAllister will be joined by Ann Nightingale, award-winning birder and naturalist. Why did colonists introduce species to the indigenous landscape? From scientific investigation to human history and poetical traditions, this evening will be a unique exploration of the story of skylarks and other introduced species in Victoria. Wednesday June 19th at 7:30, tickets are $10 per person. Tickets must be reserved ahead of time at https://tinyurl.com/y4ektqxc.

All Ages
Ross Bay Villa
1490 Fairfield Road, Victoria, British Columbia, V8S1E8 See Map
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1490 Fairfield Road

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