Tuesday, March 02 2010 @ 03:15 PM EST
Contributed by: richardpitt
The Young Naturalists’ Club of Stanley Park
Saturday, March 6
10 am to noon
A chance for children along with their parents to enjoy two hours of nature
exploration. Activities include hiking, games, wildlife observation & more!
Meets at the Stanley Park Nature House at Lost Lagoon
Special Event: In Celebration of International Women's Day
Freedom of Mobility: Women, Sports & Recreation in Stanley Park: 1880-1920
Saturday, March 6th
1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Would you be considered “a respectable” woman a century ago? Explore this question
& the intriguing cultural history of Stanley Park with historical interpreter Jolene
Cummings. Visit places where 19th & early 20th Century women engaged - or not - in
archery, hockey & much more. Features rare historical photographs.
$10 & $5 SPES Members
**Departs & returns to the Stanley Park Dining Pavilion. Rain or shine!
Special Places: The Environmentally Sensitive Areas of Stanley Park
Saturday, March 14
What makes an area in Stanley Park environmentally sensitive? Unique opportunities
for A: food, B: shelter, C: water or D: living space. These areas provide habitat for
hundreds of species of plants & animals, many of which are rare or endangered. Find
out why they are environmentally sensitive & what we can do to help.
Walk leaves from the Stanley Park Nature House at Lost Lagoon
$5 Children/Seniors/Members, $10 Non-members
Birds of a Feather!
Sunday, March 28
Join naturalist and expert bird watcher Cathy Aitchison for a two-hour walk exploring
Stanley Park’s varied and beautiful bird life.
Walk leaves from the Stanley Park Nature House at Lost Lagoon.
Pay what you can
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