Somenos Marsh is a rich and diverse wetland complex lying at the geographic, demographic, and economic centre of the Cowichan Valley. It is an area of exceptional bird, fish and other wildlife and ecosystems values within the Somenos Marsh Conservation Area, formerly known as the Somenos Marsh Wildlife Refuge. The continued existence and functioning of its wetland ecosystems are a testimony to the passion and determination of so many individuals who, for more than two decades, have worked together to preserve it through the activities of the Somenos Marsh Wildlife Society.
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The Somenos Marsh Conservation Area is located in the Municipality of North Cowichan, British Columbia, immediately north of the City of Duncan. Somenos Marsh can be reached via a one-hour drive, either north from Victoria or south from Nanaimo, via Highway 1, the Trans-Canada Highway.
Please get in touch:
PO Box 711, Duncan, BC, V9L 3Y1