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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iNaturalist

Check out and feel free to add your plant pictures to be identified throughout the park.  iNaturalist Links: https://www.inaturalist.org/ https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/minnekhada-park https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/minnekhada-regional-park

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eBird

This year we will have guided Bird walks and the data we observe will be posted on eBird Link to eBirdhttps://ebird.org/home  2019 Bird Checklists  March 30th – Birding with Lee Harding April 28th – Birding with Lee Harding  May 24th – Birding with Lee Harding   

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Bird Information

Click Below to open Bird Brochures Burke Mountain Naturalist’s “The Birds of Minnekhada Regional Park And Area”.Bird Brochure BC Environment’s Bird Checklist for the Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area.Bird List Pitt-Addington

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Bear Information

Bears sightings are common in the park. Please exercise caution and obey all signs. Visitors are reminded that they should not feed or approach wildlife. For more information about bears and safety please visit the Get Bear Smart Society. Click Below to open Bear Brochures. Bears in Metro VancouverBear Brochure  

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