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.
Let’s take a little look at what’s going on at Bell-Irving Hatchery these days.
Teachers from c̓əsqənelə elementary release their classroom reared fry at the Kanaka Creek Watershed Stewardship Center.
Good evening, as we settle in tonight during these very unsettling times. So many of us are just like Barney the bear, watching and wondering what is coming next, as all of our scheduled programs are obviously postponed. All we do know is that Kanaka Creek Regional Park and its wonderful nature is still open. … Read more
Learn how to identify coniferous and deciduous plants, and their traditional uses and value to wildlife.
An amazing attendance of 461 today, which is a new Open House record. So many thanks to our volunteers, and also to Alison from Metro Vancouver Parks, and of course Raptors Ridge. Just a fantastic day. We wish to recognize the Provincial and Federal Governments for supporting this event.
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.