Cortes Wild! exhibit opening at Linnaea Education Center

on site species at risk-barn swallow and pygmy owl

FTCCIS is excited to announce their participation in an exciting new partnership on Cortes Island!!! Cortes Wild! is a partnership initiated by the Cortes Island Museum & Archives Society (CIMAS) to support their new satellite natural history exhibit on Cortes Island.

The Linnaea Farm Society has partnered in and provides the physical facility to house the exhibit at the Linnaea Education Center.

The Friends of Cortes Island Society have partnered in to further their mandate for ecological integrity & community education on Cortes Island.

The Discovery Islands Ecosystem Mapping (DIEM) Project has partnered in to share their recent advances in mapping and remind us of our place within the Discovery Islands.

The Forest Trust for the Children of Cortes Island Society (FTCCIS) has partnered in to integrate Cortes youth into the partnership.

The Cortes Wild! partnership welcomes everyone to come for a visit! Summer hours are: Fridays and Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm.

Check out the awesome natural history displays and curiosity cabinet, try on a species at risk “skin” and delight in the celebration of… Cortes on the wild side!!!

on site species at risk-townsend's big-eared bat

curiosity cabinet

Madame Cladonia-ribbon cutting

western toad guest of honour

decadently wild desserts

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