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New Board Walk in Stanley Park on Cathedral Trail

The Vancouver Park Board opened a new boardwalk in Stanley Park last week to protect and restore a sensitive habitat on Cathedral Trail. The project was a partnership with Stanley Park Ecology Society  (SPES) This area was hard hit by the windstorm in 2006 and many of the knock-downed trees still bear monumental witness to […]

Two events for Earth Day-Sunday April 22, 2012

What are you going to be doing on Earth Day this year? Here are Two fun events that I know about for Sunday. More Photos from Earth Day Earth Day Ivy Busters in Stanley Park with MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert Sunday, April 22, 2012 1 pm – 3:30 pm Meet at the Stanley Park Pavilion […]

Walk in the old Growth and restoration forest zones of Stanley Park

Stanley Park Ecology Society presents a Father’s Day walk Stanley Park’s forests are a quilt of first, second, and more recent growth trees. Within this 2-hour show-and-tell walk, City Arborist Bill Stephen will share strategies of management in regions of old growth, past plantations, and restoration zones of the 2006 hurricane force winds. He will […]

Pileated Woodpecker in Stanley Park

I was running in Stanley Park when I saw this guy. I captured the video on my Iphone. It is amazing how many different birds there are in Stanley Park right next to the West End. While I am fortunate to live in the West End and live right next to the park this access […]

Images of Beaver Lake Walk, Saturday July 7, 2010


A dialogue on Beaver Lake, Sat. Aug. 7, 10:30 am

“Listen”, the Stanley Park Environmental Art Project

more images of “Listen” Stanley Park is a forest of tranquility on the edge of Vancouver. With the West End being the most densely populated Vancouver neighbourhood, many here consider the park as their own backyard that we willingly share with the rest of the world. When my kids were younger I jogged many a […]