Metro Vancouver Lakes: From the heart of the city to glacier-fed lakes of the Tri-Cities and Fraser Valley. These lake photos will have you packing a picnic basket and planing your day by the water.
Heard But Not Seen: The Colourful Songbirds of Stanley Park are the focus of this month’s guest post by the Stanley Park Ecology Society.
Mason Bees in Stanley Park: Learn about Stanley Park Ecology Society’s bee program at the Nature House on Lost Lagoon. In a sunny patch beside the lake, look for bee habitat complete with native flowering plants and bee “condos” this summer.
Elements Film Festival, April 14 & April 15, 2018, at Science World. Vancouver’s new environmental film festival, features 44 international films and filmmakers from 12 countries all focusing on wildlife and nature, conservation and the environment, action sports and adventure.
The Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival hosts a series of free and ticketed events from April 3-April 29, 2018 at Queen Elizabeth Park, VanDusen Botanical Garden, and beyond this spring.
Stanley Park’s Heron Cam is Now Live! Read about it in this month’s guest post from the Stanley Park Ecology Society, written by Urban Wildlife Coordinator Greg Hart.