Photo: Claude Rioux

Festival Photos

2023 Decorating Volunteers

L-R James Gates, Jim Pozynick, Gene Zachowski, Tanna Patterson, Terry Pozynick, Nancy Ferguson, Gerry Sliworsky (Photo Credits: Ulrike Sliworsky)


2023 Friday Flocking Together at Baillie-Grohman

(Photo Credits: Ulrike Sliworsky)


2023 Kayaking the West Creston Channels with Daryl Calder and Tim Raff

(Photo Credits:  Tanna Patterson)




2023 Ed Beynon at Duck Lake

(Photo Credit: Tanna Patterson)


2023 Birding at the CVWMA with Jo Ellen Floer and Gretchen Whitham

(Photo Credits:  Tanna Patterson)

Ilana Cameron enjoying a bird tour with her mom, Maureen


2023 Lyle Grisedale’s Tour of Tanal Marsh and Mawson Lake

(Photo Credits: Ulrike Sliworsky)


2023 Discovery Centre Canoe Ride

(Photo credit: Tanna Patterson)


2023 Workshops and Presentations in barrel room

(Photo Credits: Ulrike Sliworsky)

2023 Swan Valley Honey Tour


2023 Saturday Evening Presentations with Gaelen Schnare as emcee!

(Photo Credits: Ulrike Sliworsky)


2023 Volunteers, Terry and Kate, serving up breakfast!

(Photo Credit:  Tanna Patterson)

2023 Kokanee Ford coloring contest



2022 Breakfast with the Birds!



2022 Drive to Duck Lake with Ed and Hazel (photo credit: Claude Rioiux)


2022 Kayaking the Channels with Ulrike

2022 Kites in the barrel room at Baillie-Grohman Estate Winery

2022 Stargazing at Baillie-Grohman with Angela Prettie

2019 Kayaking in the West Creston channel

2019 Dinner at Casey’s 

2019 Discovery Centre Canoes

2019 Birding on the Boardwalk

2015 Birding at Corn Creek Marsh

2015 Ulrike and Kyle Sliworsky getting ready for a Discovery Centre canoe ride


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