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Nudies in Stanley Park!

We’ve been finding some fascinating creatures in the intertidal zone this spring including this nudibranch found by our Environmental Educators, … More

Our new ED!

SPES is excited to introduce our new Executive Director Tricia Collingham. Tricia joined SPES on May 10, 2021 to overlap … More

Happy #SPESEarthMonth!

April 22nd is Earth Day, but we have so many “w-earthy” activities that we’re taking all month to celebrate with … More

Coyote Conflicts in Stanley Park

Food Handouts Lead to Heartbreaking Outcomes for Wildlife SPES began 2021 with a difficult wildlife situation that quickly escalated over … More

Job Posting: Executive Director

REPORTS TO Board of Directors Description  The Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) has been promoting awareness of and respect for … More

Working for Wetlands

SPES’s “Freshwater Initiatives in Stanley Park” project supports critical wetland habitat Lakes, streams, bogs, wet meadows and ponds comprise Stanley … More

Welcome to Wetlands 101!

If you are curious about wetlands – what they are, where they are, and what’s happening to them – this … More

Be Bat Aware!

The BC Community Bat Program is reminding people to please report any bat activity seen this winter and please keep any dead bat so it … More

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