Owls and racoons are easy to spot but some of the best gifts of Stanley Park come in very small packages, and it’s worth the time it takes to find them. Read about these tiny discoveries in this month’s Stanley Park Ecology Society Guest Post by Kathleen Stormont.
November 29, 2018 to January 5, 2019: Bright Nights in Stanley Park Christmas Train is a highlight of the holiday season in Vancouver. Not only does everyone get to share in the the magic of Stanley Park, but under millions of sparkling lights, this event also raises funds for two local causes.
On October 29, 2018 the Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) will host a special presentation at its AGM: “Stanley Park 2100: Adapting to Climate Change” with guest speakers Angela Danyluk and Bill Stephen.
Unveiled in 2015, Shore to Shore, by Coast Salish master carver Ts’uts’umutl Luke Marston, depicts Portuguese Joe Silvey, along with his first and second Coast Salish wives, Khaltinaht and Kwatleemaat.
HMCS Discovery Open House: HMCS Discovery will once again be opening Deadman’s Island in Coal Harbour to the public for guided tours on September 29th. This is a rare opportunity to explore this historic property and learn more about the local Navy presence in Vancouver.
Stanley Park Ecology Society’s outgoing Executive Director reflects on 14 years of conservation and education in Vancouver’s beloved Stanley Park. Here, in her own words, Patricia shares an insider’s perspective of Stanley Park’s recent past and her hope for its future.