Peninsula naturalist hosts nature walk

White Rock and Surrey Naturalist Society volunteer Al Shulze is to lead a nature walk Sunday.

Birds, butterflies and pond life of Campbell Valley Regional Park will be the focus of a free nature walk Sunday led by White Rock and Surrey Naturalist Society volunteer Al Shulze.

The June 28 guided walk through the trails is set for 1:30 to 3 p.m. Participants will also learn about the flora and fauna of the south Langley park, as well as its history and about the Annand/Rowatt Farmstead, a designated heritage site that dates back to 1886.

To participate, meet at the Campbell Valley Nature House at 20285 8 Ave.

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