Still some Meadowlark tix

The 22nd annual Meadowlark Nature Festival in Penticton kicks off bright and early Thursday, and while the popular five-day festival has sold out some of its events, you can still snag a spot in others. 

“There are still tickets available and many opportunities for people to get out and explore,” said Jayme Friedt, festival coordinator. “Meadowlark tours give people the chance to explore the amazing diversity of plants and animal in our own backyard, many of which they may seen for several years and years but never had a chance to learn more about."

From May 16-20, over 70 tours of local South Okanagan areas with activities like hiking, cycling, canoeing, horseback riding, bird watching and star gazing will take place, all led by experts in their field and designed to be both fun and informative. 

Some of the events with space still available include an early morning riparian songbird research tour at the ECOmmunity Place Locatee lands in Penticton, an Okanagan bat tour in Peachland, an Oliver to Osoyoos cycling loop checking out local wetlands, a KVR trail historical walk and an art workshop to paint your own watercolour western meadowlark. 

Ticket pricing varies, and for a full list of events and their times, click here

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