Toots Tucker helped raise awareness about the Langley Field Naturalists when the local group had a booth at Langley City library. (Submitted photo)

Outdoor group in the spotlight at Langley City library

The Langley Field Naturalists became a formal group in 1980.

The Langley Field Naturalists took it indoors when the local group participated in the City Library’s Lobby program on Wednesday.

The program allows community displays to help raise awareness amongst the public.

The field naturalists is a non-profit devoted to the environment and hosts various nature walks throughout the year. The group meets on the third Thursday of the month (except in July and August) at 7:15 p.m. in the Langley Community Music School.

• Learn more about the Langley Field Naturalists.

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