White Rock and Surrey Naturalists Society

White Rock and Surrey Naturalists

Club interests:

  • Nature appreciation,education, conservation, and preservation of our natural areas.
  • Creation and maintenance of the Eva Bene Butterfly Garden at Centennial Park, White Rock
  • Preservation of natural areas such as Elgin Heritage Park and Blackie Spit through native planning and invasive plant removal.
  • Placement of bird and bat nest boxes in local areas.
  • Adopt-A-Street clean-up at Sunnyside Urban Forest.
  • Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanups including the Nicomekl Riverbank.
  • Monitoring of local Bald Eagle nests.
  • Participating in the annual North American Christmas Bird Count, Surrey Environmental Extravaganza, Tynehead Hatchery Open House, and Campbell Valley Park Country Celebration.
  • Connection with Surrey Natural Areas Partnership (SNAP), Hancock Wildlife Foundation, Friends of Semiahmoo Bay, Boundary Bay Conservation Committee, Sunny Acres Urban Forest, Green Timbers Urban Forest Advisory Committee and Surrey Environmental Partners


  • Field trips and birding walks in our local area.
  • Letter writing and attendance at public meetings to voice concerns regarding environmental issues.

Meetings:  Monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month (except July and August) via Zoom at 7:00 p.m.  Meetings feature informative presentations.

Location: All monthly meetings and presentations are via Zoom

Membership fee:  Individual $35, Family $50

Number of members:  65+

Newsletter:  Quarterly Digital Newsletter