Pokemon Go digital critters and haunts to be cleared from Cattle Point, and hopefully from Uplands Park too, thanks to the efforts of FOUP Steering Committee Member, Wylie Thomas.
“Park steward wins Pokemon Go battle for Cattle Point park”.
See: Oak Bay News article: March 24, 2017, page A3:
Image credit: Christine van Reeuwyk/Oak Bay News: Cattle Point is a prime Pokemon spawning ground, with a gym and myriad pokestops drawing people to walk in areas featuring rare and endangered plants. After months of attempts, those who work in the park learned this week the stops will be removed.
“Autumn fruit at Uplands Park”, a watercolour by 85 year old Bev Thomas, and two lovely copper hued photos from scenic Cattle Point, by Wylie Thomas, Friends of Uplands Park Steering Committee Member, and committed volunteer, celebrate a central mandate of the Friends Of Uplands Park.
Friends of Uplands Park Mandate
a. Support initiatives for protecting the ecosystems of Uplands Park.
b. Educate our community on the natural and cultural history of Uplands Park.
c. Celebrate the creativity inspired by Uplands Park.
d. Facilitate research/documentation focusing on Uplands Park
e. Seek out local knowledge about Uplands Park.
The Community Association of Oak Bay [CAOB] presents a panel of experts to share a Green Shores approach to protecting the Oak Bay shoreline ecology. PDF of poster at Oak Bay Talks shoreline March 11 2017