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.
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Free Spring Break Activities in Vancouver: From arts and crafts to nature walks, kids can enjoy free admission at these 10 local attractions during Spring Break (March 2018) including Richmond, Burnaby, Abbotsford, Squamish and more!
You can visit Vancouver’s only ecology centre, right in the West End on the edge of Lost Lagoon at the Stanley Park Nature House. Operated by the Stanley Park Ecology Society, admission is free!
Super Slime in Stanley Park! Slime moulds are not really moulds at all. In fact ‘slime mould’ is just the name given to a group of single celled organisms that, while capable of living independently, have grouped together.
You can help ensure that swallows remain a part of summer in Stanley Park in the future by supporting the Stanley Park Ecology Society on Giving Tuesday, November 28, 2018
This post has been contributed by Ben Hill, Communications Volunteer with the Stanley Park Ecology Society (“SPES”). If you’ve walked from Lost Lagoon to Second Beach recently you might have wondered why the landscape at Ceperley Meadow has changed from mown grass to scrub and shrubs. Ceperley Meadow in Stanley Park. Kathleen Stormont/SPES This isn’t […]