Why not try these nature activities in your backyard or park? Please remember that all parks are protected. Take only pictures, and leave only footprints.
Stay connected to nature and Regional Parks through these nature videos.
Let’s take a virtual tour of this very cool Kanaka Creek tributary.
Somewhere in Kanaka, Metro Vancouver Regional Parks occasionally uses wildlife cameras at strategic off-trail locations to monitor wildlife. The images help determine species presence, habitat utilization (feeding, sleeping, marking) as well as capturing some species interactions. The information is used to assist in making management decisions within the park. Enjoy the images!
This time, we check out Kanaka tributary Cottonwood Creek on a warm July day.
Off we go for a tour of this little known but very valuable Kanaka Creek tributary.
Come take a tour of this Kanaka Creek tributary.
This program is normally offered to Grades 4 to 7, but it can be modified for other grades.
We take a field trip into Albion Park, and examine various roles of parasites, decomposers and more.