Visiting Phase 1

E. KLO Rd to the EECO

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E1 - Benvoulin Woods
Note 4 white heron nests high in the trees within the circle at the top left of photo. This wooded area is owned and conserved by the Central Okanagan Land Trust Society.

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E2 - Benvoulin Woods Great Blue Heronry. These birds typically return each year in late March and rear their young.

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E3 - Outfall of Mill Creek overflow into Mission Creek (left), outfall of Spawning Channel into Mission Creek (right), and foot bridge from EECO to Spawning Channel viewing area (centre). When flows in Mill Creek threaten to flood Kelowna the excess water moves across town and into Mission Creek.

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E4 - Environmental Education Centre for the Okanagan (EECO)
Environmental exhibits rotate and reflect seasonal changes. Well worth a visit by children & adults.