The Rural Coordination Centre of BC is looking for photos of Gabriola Island to use on their upcoming community pages at www.rccbc.ca. These community pages are for the rural communities in BC only and serve to attract health care professionals to consider a rural community in their future. The Rural Coordination Centre of BC is a non-profit organization.
PictureBC.ca and TourismBC have available public use photographs of larger towns in BC but oddly beautiful Gabriola Island is one that is not currently represented in their databases.
Would you be able to provide the Rural Coordination Centre of BC with no cost photographs for their website? You will be given credit for your contribution.
Contact Helen Siwak at the Rural Coordination Centre of BC by email hsiwak(at)rccbc.ca.
Ralph had the timing just right to catch this Red Breasted Nuthatch in Parksville helping himself to a seed while going down the tree head first! Did you know that the nuthatches smear conifer sap around their nest holes to deter predators?
Ralph was fast enough to catch up to this Wilson’s Warbler you can just see his black cap. This vibrant yellow bird is amazing. It is as if you were in a tropical jungle! Also, the warblers eat lots of bugs, a good friend for your garden.
The Nanaimo City Parks and Recreation department would like to showcase Nanaimo on the cover of the next Activity Guide. They are looking for images of people enjoying city parks or taking part in recreational activities. Three selected images will be placed on the City‟s facebook page and fans will then choose the winning picture to grace the cover of the upcoming fall/winter guide.
For more information on the contest visit the City of Nanaimo on the blogroll.