2023 Birds of the Cowichan Valley Calendar

The calendars are here! The calendars are here!

The CMHA - Cowichan Valley Branch is pleased to partner with photographer Ken Thorne again this year on this very special project. Our 2023 Birds of the Cowichan Valley by Ken Thorne calendar is even better than last year! Not possible? We didn't think so either, but we've done it. We have bigger and better calendar blocks (we listened to your feedback), a cerlox coil binding so the calendar lies flat, and of course 13 stunning new images. Many thanks to Ken for generously donating the beautiful Cowichan Valley bird images that make up this calendar. 🙏

On-line Sales: Calendars are available to purchase online through this page (link below) for $30/each which includes shipping directly to you or a friend. They make wonderful Christmas gifts.

In-Person Sales: Thank you to the local businesses below for supporting this campaign. Calendars purchased in person are $25. Please bring cash for in person sales. It might be prudent to call to confirm availability before heading out to purchase. Calendars will be available for in person sales after November 15th.
  1. Gibby's at Berkeys on Sherman Road in Duncan
  2. StyleSense Furniture at Whippletree Junction
  3. The Third Addition Gifts in Mill Bay Centre 
All proceeds from sales support mental health programming in the Cowichan Valley.

About the Photographer:

These beautiful images have been captured and generously donated by photographer Ken Thorne. Ken is a retired millworker who loves Vancouver Island,Ken Thorne nature, fly fishing and photography.  He is very well known in the Cowichan Valley for his beautiful photos of local birds. 

Please note that the purchase of this calendar is NOT tax deductible and tax receipts will not be issued.



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