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What’s This?

Look at that pattern! What in nature is making it? And what can this pattern tell us? Hint: You are … More

SPES Educators Go Global

Environmental education as a defined field of education has been practiced for many decades, but it is continually evolving. It … More

Glowing Moss!

On a hot, smoky day in mid-August, over a hundred citizen scientists descended upon Stanley Park to take part in … More

SPES AGM, Nov.6…Special Presentation

To pre-register for the AGM or for more information, please contact Kathleen at 604-718-6523 or sponsors@stanleyparkecology.ca    

Celebrating Our Volunteers

On Tuesday August 29th, volunteers, staff and board members came together for an evening of celebration in the stunning setting … More

How Low Can It Go?

Lost Lagoon’s shores are extending into “beaches” as water levels dip during Vancouver’s dry summer. Park Board biologist Nick Page … More

Ceperley Meadow: A Necessary Mess

Less frequent mowing and increased beaver activity are encouraging the emergence of valuable wetland habitat in this low-lying meadow.  The … More

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