The following brochures have been created by the Birds and Biodiversity Conservation Strategy Team, who are members of the Delta Naturalists Society.
The brochures are free, and available for pick up from Delta public libraries:
Tsawwassen 1321A 56th Street
Ladner 4683 51st Street
North Delta 8440 112th Street
Westcoast Seeds 4930A Elliott St
Our brochure project is made possible thanks to generous support from the City of Delta, Pacific Parklands Foundation, BC Naturalists Foundation and Delta Naturalists Society.
The brochures are also available for download in PDF format (2-sided brochure, with colour photos by DNS members) by clicking on the title below.
|Downloadable Nature Brochures||Brochure Credits|
|Animals in Delta||Photographers|
|Birds in Delta||Photographers|
|Bugs in Delta||Photographers|
|Butterflies & Moths in Delta||Photographers|
|Damselflies & Dragonflies in Delta||Photographers|
|Experience Birding in Delta||Photographers|
|Flowering Plants in Delta||Photographers|
|Intertidal Life in Delta||Photographers|
|*Mushrooms in Delta|
– see also Mushroom Resources page for an up-to-date list of Resources.
|Woodland Plants in Delta||Photographers|
|The following two Information Brochures were also created by the Birds and Biodiversity Conservation Strategy Team, who are members of the Delta Naturalists Society.|
|Garter Snakes in Boundary Bay||Photographers|
|Owl and Wildlife Viewing and Photography||Photographers|
|Lead Authors for DNS Nature Brochures|
|Experts Consulted for DNS Nature Brochures|
See also Nov 8, 2021 Delta Optimist article “New nature brochures for Delta“
Information Brochures published by DNS are:
Garter Snakes in Boundary Bay: a brochure with interesting facts about the three types of Garter Snakes found locally. It is against the law to play with the snakes or remove them from their natural habitat.
Owl and Wildlife Viewing and Photography: a brochure with suggestions on how to enjoy and photograph our owls and other wildlife without causing them stress.
Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society has published a folded Birding Biodiversity Trail guide, which you can download here.