About Us

About Us

Meetings and other activities

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month, September to May, at 7:00 p.m., at Evangel Church, 3261 Gordon Drive, just south of KLO Road, Kelowna, BC. Meetings begin with a business meeting, including the introduction of guests and new members, and reports of recent sightings. This is followed by a presentation from an invited speaker.

We then mingle and socialize while eating goodies and drinking coffee or tea.

The (usually) October meeting is a chance to show off the photographs members have taken over the previous year. These include birding, botany, canoeing, hiking, and travel to various parts of the world.

The January meeting is the Annual General Meeting. In February we have a potluck banquet.

In June we have a potluck picnic in one of the local parks.

Bitterroot     Butterfly

What else do we do?

We participate in many activities related to conservation and nature. Details are in this document.

Who are the people on the executive?

Here’s a PDF of all the people who make the club function. Meet the Club Executive


The CONC Newsletter is published every month except January, July, and August.

To submit articles, please contact the editor, Teresa M. Smith tmsmith.rio@shaw.ca

The deadline for submissions is the fourth Tuesday of each month. The newsletter is mailed electronically or through Canada Post (for an extra fee) for those who do not have an email address.

Six older newsletters are available below.

December 2018/January 2019 February 2019 March 2019
April 2019 May 2019 June 2019

Kelowna NatureKids


Kelowna NatureKids (formerly the Kelowna branch of the Young Naturalists’ Club) inspires a lifelong interest in nature and encourages children aged 5 to 14 to become environmental stewards. We meet once a month, usually on Sunday afternoons, outdoors for Explorer Days.

For more details, please contact Kate at (250) 859-9877 or email her.

Publications from our members

Jackpine Meadows final report, by Peter Courtney

Effects of the 2003 fire on bird abundance in Okanagan Mountain Park, by Les Gyug

Contact information for the executive.


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