From its deep forests and diverse wetlands to its picturesque seashores, Stanley Park is home to many native organisms. Ecologically important, the Park’s habitats must be protected to support native flora and fauna. In the face of stressors like off-trail use, pollution, invasive species, and climate change, SPES works to support Park ecosystems through stewardship programs and research projects.
Learn about Stanley Park’s ecology, discover SPES’s role in supporting ecosystem resilience, and find out how you can get involved with our conservation efforts in the Park.
For more information on the ecology of Stanley Park, check out our reports and plans!
We’ve got reports on the state of the park, management plans and best practices, and wildlife monitoring.
Photo: Banana slug (Don Enright)