Painful Losses

In the span of only a few short weeks, Minnekhada Park Association has sustained the painful loss of two great individuals. It’s been like a punch to the gut to lose these two faithful Board Members whose enduring love for Minnekhada will always be remembered and cherished. At the end of May 2021,…

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Regional Parks Snap & Share Project

This spring, explore Metro Vancouver’s regional parks and greenways. Pay attention to plants and wildlife you haven’t noticed before. Then simply snap photos of what you discover and share your photos on iNaturalist. iNaturalist is a great way to build your nature knowledge and get feedback on your observations. What’s more, you’ll…

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BC Bat Basics: Biology, Status & Local Conservation Efforts

Learn about BC bats, their biology, life cycle, threats, and the BC Annual Bat Count Presented by BC Community Bat Count Coordinators & hosted by Colony Farm Park Association, Minnekhada Park Association, and the Pacific Parklands Foundation. Tuesday May 4th, 2021 6pm-7pm PST *Registration required. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/…/631…/WN_MUB3pGm0QZqpw-AnvQaXmw

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Turtle Monitoring

Turtle Season is upon us and we need your help to monitor the native Western Painted Turtle at Minnekhada. If you spot any, please contact the Coastal Painted Turtle Project right away. Please include time of day, location and if you have a picture to help with identification, attach that…

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Turtle Nesting Beach Maintenance

EVENT FULL During this event, the Minnekhada Park Association will be teaming up with the Coastal Painted Turtle Project to do turtle nesting beach maintenance. Please bring hiking gear, lots of water and snacks. A Clif bar, gloves and tools will be provided. Dress for the weather conditions to make…

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Minnekhada Map

Click Here for the Minnekhada Map PDF Lodge Trail is surfaced with loose gravel and has a steep slope (18%) for 12 m with additional steep slopes (12%). Cliff Trail has a natural soil surface and steep sections. Meadow Trail is surfaced with a loose gravel and has some steep…

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