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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Working for Wetlands

SPES’s “Freshwater Initiatives in Stanley Park” project supports critical wetland habitat Lakes, streams, bogs, wet meadows and ponds comprise Stanley Park’s wet places, commonly referred to as wetlands. These freshwater…

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Welcome to Wetlands 101!

If you are curious about wetlands – what they are, where they are, and what’s happening to them – this resource list may help. Pull up a comfortable chair and…

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Be Bat Aware!

The BC Community Bat Program is reminding people to please report any bat activity seen this winter and please keep any dead bat so it can be retrieved and sent in for White-nose Syndrome testing….

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State of the Park Report 2020

The State of the Park Report for the Ecological Integrity of Stanley Park 2020 (SOPEI) is now available here! SPES is pleased to announce the launch of its “State of the…

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