Nudies in Stanley Park!

We’ve been finding some fascinating creatures in the intertidal zone this spring including this nudibranch found by our Environmental Educators, Justine and Chandehl. Read Justine’s Instagram post to learn about…

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Our new ED!

SPES is excited to introduce our new Executive Director Tricia Collingham. Tricia joined SPES on May 10, 2021 to overlap for three weeks with our outgoing ED Dylan Rawlyk who,…

Meet Tricia

Happy #SPESEarthMonth!

April 22nd is Earth Day, but we have so many “w-earthy” activities that we’re taking all month to celebrate with “Earth Conversations and Actions.” Join our 5 free webinars to…

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Coyote Conflicts in Stanley Park

Food Handouts Lead to Heartbreaking Outcomes for Wildlife SPES began 2021 with a difficult wildlife situation that quickly escalated over a few weeks. On January 8, local media reported coyotes…

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Job Posting: Executive Director

REPORTS TO Board of Directors Description  The Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) has been promoting awareness of and respect for the natural world through collaborative leadership in environmental education, research,…

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