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  • History

    History The origins of the Brant Wildlife Festival (BWF) can be traced to the creativity and drive of Oceanside residents Neil Dawe and Bashir El-Khalafawi. Dawe, who worked with the Canadian Wildlife Service in Qualicum Beach, was working on the protection of estuary and foreshore lands for wildlife. He recognized that people need to connect to… Continue reading »

  • Local Deals

    DINE FOR NATURE Pacific Prime Restaurant at the The Beach Club Resort will be donating 15% of food and beverage sales every Wednesday during the Brant Wildlife Festival. Call 250-947-2109 for reservations. 10% OFF OCEANSIDE VILLAGE RESORT Oceanside Village Resort is offering 10% off your stay on bookings that are at least 2 nights but… Continue reading »

  • Home

    A Spring Celebration of Nature! Join us for the 27th annual Brant Wildlife Festival during March and April 2017. This festival celebrates nature, particularly Brant geese, on mid-Vancouver Island through many fun activities for all ages. Events range from Spring Break Nature Camps for kids to wildlife viewing opportunities and guest speakers across Parksville, Qualicum… Continue reading »

  • Links

    Title Sponsor The Nature Trust of British Columbia Brant Conservation- Report Brant Disturbance Report All Poachers & Polluters- RAPP 1.877.952.7277(RAPP) Cellular #7277 Qualicum Beach By-law Officer – Don Marshall 250.752.6921 City of Parksville – Off leash area By Law 250-954-4672 Brant Monitoring & Information Local Monitoring (PQB Wildlife Management Area) The International Brant Monitoring Project… Continue reading »

  • Monitoring

    The Brant we see here in Eastern Vancouver Island are the Pacific Black Brant population. Many of these birds have been banded in their summer nesting ground. Bands are usually found on the right leg. Arrowsmith Naturalists provided volunteer expertise to help support events and to assist with the spring Brant population monitoring conducted by… Continue reading »

  • How You Can Help

    Ways you can make the festival fly: Join us for the festival and attend events. Parksville and Qualicum Beach offers many places to stay. Offer a promotional discount on your services during the festival. Post a festival schedule and encourage participation at the events. Spread the word to family, friends and others. Volunteer to help… Continue reading »

  • Conservation

    Brant geese that you may see in the Parksville/Qualicum Beach area of Vancouver Island have just flown non-stop from Mexico. They arrive thin, tired and hungry. Most have only a few days to regain their weight and strength before making another non-stop flight to the Alaska Peninsula and then to their nesting grounds beyond. Today,… Continue reading »

  • Events

    2017 Brant Wildlife Festival Building Tour and Lunch March 28, 11 am to 1 pm, Deep Bay Marine Field Station The Deep Bay Marine Field Station is committed to the promotion of ecologically sustainable development and marine conservation. Join our knowledgeable guides as they discuss features of our green building, marine conservation, sustainable seafood and… Continue reading »

  • Contact

    The Nature Trust of BC is the title sponsor of the Brant Wildlife Festival. If you would like to register for an event or have any questions, please contact Robin Rivers toll free 1-866-288-7878 (604-924-9771 ext 226) or rrivers@naturetrust.bc.ca The Nature Trust of BC #260—1000 Roosevelt Crescent, North Vancouver, BC, V7P 3R4 Visit us: www.naturetrust.bc.ca… Continue reading »

  • About

    The festival celebrates nature, particularly Brant geese as they rest and feed on the shores of Parksville and Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. In 2017, the festival will feature a variety of activities in March and April. For 16 years the Brant Wildlife Festival was spearheaded by the Mid Island Wildlife Watch Society. Over time,… Continue reading »