Colony Visit and Book Reading

Join a member of INT's Species at Risk team as they speak about the beautiful bank swallow, their biology and the threats that they face. We will also have a special guest! Kara Griffin, author of Flitt’s Call, will be doing a reading. Flitt’s call was created in partnership with Island Nature Trust to help empower Island youth in the conservation of this threatened species.

We may even get a look at Flitt himself as these beautiful birds will have made their way back to the Island for their breeding season.

We will email all registered participants trip details prior to the event. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Island Nature Trust.

Please note the event information is subject to change. Any changes to events will be shared with registrants.  

Cancellation Policy: In the case of event cancellation, we will contact registrants using the contact information provided. Before you leave for each event, please check your point of contact for any last-minute updates. When it comes to weather cancellations, safety is our number one concern. We will be watching the weather closely and will be committed to making a call and informing registrants with as much notice as possible. However, please keep in mind that weather can be unpredictable and last-minute cancellations cannot always be avoided.   

June 22nd, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
$5 CA$5.00
$10 (suggested) CA$10.00
$20 CA$20.00
$50 CA$50.00
$100 CA$100.00
I prefer not to donate. CA$0.00