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December 28, 2019

A small group of natural history buffs met Dec 8 to look for animal tracks in the Kimberley Nature Park, but we found few tracks on the hard ice and crusty snow. With conditions less than ideal for tracking, our focus changed to discovering which plants and shrubs stil...

January 19, 2018


 Mountain Chickadee


December 5, 2017

Kimberley has larch, plenty of it. Ask any firewood collector or avid fall-colour photographer what their favourite subject is, and the answer will invariably be larch. 

The majority of larch around Kimberley is western larch (Larix occidentalis) but we also enjoy exte...

July 5, 2017

Once again this year KNPS volunteers are offering free guided interpretive hikes from the Riverside Campground every Saturday morning through July and August. The hikes leave from the park kiosk across from the campground entrance at 9:00 a.m and loop up Jimmy Russell...

February 25, 2017

The conifer forests that make up most of the nature park have a long and interesting relationship with fire. Variations in climate, weather and the age and density of trees have produced a number of historic fires. 
These range from gentle ground fires that rejuvenated...

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