Allan Brooks Nature Centre Sponsors’ Links
BC Gaming Commission
City of Vernon
Davidson & Co.
Environment Canada EcoAction
Habitat Conservation Trust Fund
Kalamalka Rotary Club
Robert & Birgit Bateman
Rotary Club of Vernon Silver Star
Rothwell Auction & Entertainment
Starbucks Coffee Co.
TD Canada Trust
Tolko Industries Ltd.
Village Green Hotel
The Okanagan Habitat Atlas (OHA) is an interactive mapping tool hosted by the Community Mapping Network (CMN) and UBC-Okanagan. The OHA provides access to map layers of sensitive habitats and species distribution in the Okanagan Basin of BC. Data on the OHA is meant to give the public open access to regional habitat information and to assist land-use planning processes throughout the Okanagan Basin.
Community Nature Oriented Links:
- Fintry Provincial Park
Fintry Provincial Park includes 360 hectares of the former Fintry Estate, a heritage site with a colourful history. From the delta area to a forested area made up of ridges and deep slopes, this park offers two dramatically different topographical areas. There is over 2 km of waterfront with surrounding mountains and deep canyons.
- Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park
Virtually at the back door of the City of Vernon, this fine example of north Okanagan grassland is dotted with ponderosa pine and groves of Douglas-fir. A variety of animals, bird-life, reptiles and plant-life reside in this mosaic of grassland communities.
- North Okanagan Parks and Natural Area Trust
An organization dedicated to preserving the natural areas of the North Okanagan for the enjoyment of present and future generations.
- Okanagan Collaborative Conservation Program
ABNC ‘works together on conservation in the Okanagan Valley’ as part of the Okanagan Collaborative Conservation Program. The OCCP consists of over 35 non-profit, government and private organizations that share resources and expertise to develop, inform and implement effective approaches to conservation planning throughout the Okanagan. To learn more about our collaborative efforts with partners in the OCCP, please visit http://www.okcp.ca/
- Vernon Museum
Greater Vernon Museum & Archives has an exstensive archive of art, photos and information about the Okanagan Valley and its history.
- Tourism Greater Vernon
Greater Vernon and the North Okanagan is a four-season playground, offering a wide range of things to see and do for all ages, abilities and energy levels. We have attractions for all ages, individuals, families or couples, rain or shine.