• Join an educational Nature Walk

    a two hour easy walking tour in Stanley Park

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  • Playing a leadership role

    in the stewardship of Stanley Park’s ecology

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    Image © Peter Woods
  • Engaging the community

    in collaborative research, education and conservation

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  • Working for wildlife

    by restoring habitat and managing for biodiversity

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    Image © Mark T. White

Our Mission

Stanley Park Ecology Society promotes awareness of and respect for the natural world and plays a leadership role in the stewardship of Stanley Park through collaborative initiatives in education, research and conservation.

Wild Pups and Safe Pets

Right now, coyotes living across Vancouver are giving birth to a new litter of pups in their dens.   Greg Hart, … More

Watch Out for Salamanders!

Spring is exciting not only because it’s finally warm and sunny again, but because some of Stanley Park’s intriguing creatures … More

An Earth Day Birthday Success!

The sun shone and the Earth smiled: a happy crowd of visitors, volunteers, donors and dignitaries enjoyed a scrumptious chocolate birthday cake and … More

What’s an IBA?

By Krista Kaptein (IBA Coordinator) and Vanessa Sadler (SPES Conservation Projects Manager) 2018 has been declared Year of the Bird … More

Eagles Nesting in Stanley Park

The bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is a conservation success story with populations recovering in urban and rural habitats across the … More

Coyotes Hit Facebook

Coyotes are extremely social animals.  They live in family groups and have about a dozen different known vocalizations used to … More

They’re Nearly Here!

The Stanley Park Pacific great blue herons are due to return any day now.  We are ready for them!  The … More

Beaver Gets Back

This young beaver found himself in saltwater after allegedly being hit by a car in Stanley Park, then chased into … More

Let Sleeping Bats Lie

Bats don’t always hang upside down. Roofers replacing the roof of Stanley Park’s Dining Pavilion found this little silver haired … More

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  • We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia