Bold Point Farmstay

Idyllic farm in a peaceful setting,

minutes from the ocean, lakes, and forest.

Seashore and Forest Explorations

Take a guided tour with Rod Burns

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Join Rod, a Certified Professional nature and cultural Interpreter on a seashore and / or forest exploration. He will take you to the forest and seashore to show you the amazing inter-connectedness of the natural world.

Which tree species has a fire resistant bark? Were those tunnels created by digging or eating? Pretending that you are a woodpecker, what does it take to chip away at a tree to find food for your chicks?

Why are the beaks and the feet of birds similar and also different? What do salmonberries and hummingbirds have in common?

Propose an answer to these questions, while asking many more questions.

Down at the intertidal zones observe the interactions among seaweeds, grazers, crab, fishes. Does the Oyster Catcher really catch oysters? How much finger pulling energy does it take to remove a purple sea star from its rock home?

Amidst all of the observations, you’ll likely work up a hunger! What foods are available to you down at the seashore or up in the forest?

Are all red berries poisonous? What about the purple berries? How do you remove the sting from stinging nettles so that you can enjoy them for supper?

Why did first nations peoples seldom have mushrooms in their food collection basket? Heck, they sure taste good with chicken, pork, beef! Let’s go collect them!

Share in Rod’s passionate, infectious enthusiasm for learning about the natural world firsthand! Engage your five senses for an exceptional lifetime experience!

Contact Rod to book a seashore-to-forest experience:

Email: phone 250 285 2272

Rates: Family, group available — call! Recommended is a minimum of 2 – 2½ hours. Maximum of 15 people per outing!