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Tiny swallows, big flight!

Swallows will soon be landing in Stanley Park to breed. Violet-green Swallows, who return to their nesting grounds much earlier … More

SPES AGM – Tue, October 22

Please join us for the Annual General Meeting of Tuesday, October 22, 2019 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Doors open … More

Ch-ch-changes

At SPES we’re marking the changing season with some exciting changes of our own. Our Education Department (school programs and … More

Weaving together youth and nature

By Jeannine Johnstone, Stewardship Coordinator Since July 2018, SPES’s Youth4Nature-StanleyPark program has been connecting marginalized youth to nature through a … More

We’re here for you!

By Christian Wiedmann, Nature House Host Throughout Stanley Park during the summer months, a host of SPES volunteers are available … More

They grow up so quickly…

By Dannie Piezas, Urban Wildlife Coordinator At the writing of this article, there remains one last observable nest in the … More

Rise of the raccoons

By Dannie Piezas, Urban Wildlife Coordinator When I first began working with SPES in 2016, one of my favourite things … More

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