We take a look at the fishway on Cottonwood as it enters Kanaka Creek.
Stay connected to nature and Regional Parks through these nature videos.
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!
Pacific chorus frogs doing what they do in the pond habitat at the Stewardship Center. Turn up your speakers and enjoy!
Imagine, being lost and alone..who would come for you? Mora and Tulak
Somewhere on lower Kanaka Creek, common garter snakes emerge from their winter den to commence their mating rituals, as many males vie for the female.
2019 Honey Bear A little update: Honey Bear is doing well. As of June 8th, 2020, she has successfully raised her cubs to be on their own.
A magical afternoon adventure as we bring in the beginning of summer. 2019 summer solstice