Archive of posts tagged "animals"

After Hours at the Vancouver Aquarium March 2016

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Love is in the air, and underwater, at the upcoming adults-only After Hours at the Vancouver Aquarium. Learn all about the unique mating habits of marine life at this one of a kind event. Grab a beer or glass of wine and enjoy access to all our galleries while exploring the Aquarium after dark. After […]

Bunny Yoga Class in Richmond

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There are some rather unique ways to raise funds and awareness for local animal shelters, in fact I once spent a few hours inside a kennel at the SPCA a few years ago, and we’ve heard about the local cafe with cats. Now, there is Bunny Yoga. Bunny Yoga Class When: Sunday, January 24, 2016 […]

Sea Otter Awareness Week

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In 2007 two sea otters holding hands at the Vancouver Aquarium arguably became the very first viral internet sensations in Vancouver. There are four of these playful marine mammals at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre — Elfin, Katmai, Tanu and Wally — and each has an incredible rescue story that will be featured during […]

From the Miss604 Flickr Pool: Dogs

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Vancouver is friendly to our four-legged friends who join locals on their morning jog, socialize outside a coffee shop, take off-leash walks in parks, and spend their afternoons at the spa or doggy bakery. The following collection of canine captures have been contributed to the Miss604 Flickr Pool: Photo credit: Jason Gallant on Flickr Photo […]

Maplewood Farm in North Vancouver

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The other day I traveled about 10kms away from my home in downtown Vancouver and ended up at a 2.5 hectare farm on the North Shore. Maplewood Farm‘s rural heritage in a rapidly expanding urban setting is a rarity and I wanted to learn more about their history, experiences, and educational programs. Operated by the […]

Touring the Thompson Okanagan: Kamloops BC Wildlife Park

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The following photo essay was experienced and contributed by John Biehler exclusively for Miss604.com. This month John was a guest of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) to experience the region and see what the area has to offer. Our final stop of the Thompson Okanagan tour was the BC Wildlife Park in Kamloops and […]