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Heritage plants can be looked for in habitats that have survived urbanization, such as the sand dunes in Boundary Bay Regional Park.
Winter bird counts regularly show numbers of 600 to 1,300 in the area of South Delta, with declines outside the region.
Inaugural nature and arts festival kicks off this weekend.
Our wealth of migratory wildlife is unique in Canada and needs proactive attention.
Despite constant recreational use, Boundary Bay remains a highly attractive habitat for ducks and geese, including Brant.
Learning to see nature in all its complexity and detail opens our eyes to the world around us.
We live in a tremendous country for outdoor recreation and we can choose among myriad possibilities.
The eulachon, oolie, or candlefish, lives in the Pacific ocean and has a rich history in B.C.
Urban wildlife has changed enormously over the years.
The plant-rich salt waters of the Georgia Strait feed our coastal ecosystems.
Being in the great outdoors has numerous physical and emotional benefits.
Environment Canada study shows window and cats are deadly to millions of birds.
The varied wetland habitats in the Fraser delta are a key reason for the number and diversity of birds found here.
To bring butterflies to a garden, there must be food for the caterpillar stage, as well as nectar-rich flowers for the adults.
This unusual ecosystem is a cloud of turbid river water, full of sand and silt, which floats over the heavier salt water of the ocean.
There are many opportunities to see migrating birds in the Lower Mainland.
The high number of voles help make the Fraser delta the best location in Canada for numbers and diversity of wintering birds of prey.
With care, you can have a garden full of birds to watch all winter.
We are fortunate to be living in the vicinity of such impressive mountains.
Surrey has a rich selection of significant trees from around the world.