Bird Studies Canada Flock Party


  • dimanche, 19 août 2018 de 8:00 Matin à 12:00 Après-midi (HAP)
  • Stanley Park Nature House on Lost Lagoon 712 Lost Lagoon Path, Vancouver, BC V6G 2S1

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If you will be in the Vancouver area on Sunday, August 19, 2018, please join Bird Studies Canada’s President Steven Price and staff from across Canada as we flock together at the Stanley Park Nature House to say “thank you”!

We would love to meet you in person for a morning of bird-friendly coffee, conversation, and of course, birding.



Date: August 19, 2018

Time: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Location: Stanley Park Nature House on Lost Lagoon, 712 Lost Lagoon Path

Join Bird Studies Canada staff at the Stanley Park Nature House at any point during the morning.

A Bird Studies Canada guided bird walk will be departing from the Nature House at 8 a.m., rain or shine. The walk will loop around Lost Lagoon and Beaver Lake before returning to the Nature House.

Whether or not you join the bird walk, you are welcome to meet us at the Nature House afterward for bird-friendly coffee and discussion about all things bird related. Drop in at any time between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. to meet some Bird Studies Canada staff and check out the local bird life.

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Stanley Park Nature House on Lost Lagoon
712 Lost Lagoon Path, Vancouver, BC V6G 2S1

19 août 2018
dimanche, 19 août 2018 8:00 Matin (HAP)


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Bird Studies Canada
5421 Robertson Road
Delta , BC
V4K 3N2

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Bird Studies Canada's mission is to conserve wild birds of Canada through sound science, on-the-ground actions, innovative partnerships, public engagement, and science-based advocacy. Bird Studies Canada is a national charity built on the contributions of thousands of supporters and Citizen Scientists. Using data from our volunteer monitoring programs and targeted research, our scientists identify significant population changes and direct conservation planning.