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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

Spring Break Eco Camps

This Spring Break, two groups of enthusiastic campers took on an exciting and educational adventure in Stanley Park. SPES led … More

April 17: Love a bat!

Bat Appreciation Day occurs annually on April 17th.  April is a great time of the year to observe bats, as they … More

You otter see beavers!

During March, SPES is hosting evening guided walks to offer a glimpse of the beavers in Stanley Park. Guests will … More

They’re back!

(Cover photo: Martin Passchier) What better day than the Spring Equinox to announce the return of the Pacific Great Blue … More

Just keep diggin….

Stanley Park Ecology Society’s EcoStewards is a fun, free, volunteer-led event which happens every second and fourth Saturday of the … More

Fur flies in Stanley Park!

It hasn’t been spotted in Stanley Park for over a decade, but on February 24, 2019, we received documented evidence … More

What’s This?

Is it a reptile’s skin? A snake’s? A lizard’s? Or maybe those are fish scales? It is the skin of … More

Art + Science = Conservation

Thanks to support from the Greenest City Grants program, SPES’s Youth4Nature program is making a difference for wildlife habitats in … More

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