A Brush With Nature
What a special year 2017 is! Not only is it the 150th birthday of our great nation Canada, but it is also the 30th Anniversary of Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society! An evening of art, education and philanthropy, A Brush with Nature is a celebration of wildlife preservation featuring guest speaker Robert Bateman! Guests are invited to an after-hours […]
Stepping Into Nature Festival
COME PLANT SOME TREES WITH US! In celebration of Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society‘s 30th anniversary we will be planting some more trees and shrubs to help the environment thrive! Join us for a tree planting from 10 AM to 1 PM at Surrey Bend Regional Park on Monday October 16, 2017. Space is limited […]
Critter Care Walk-A-Thon
Stepping into Nature is a full-day, outdoor education program that gives grade 6&7 elementary school students the opportunity to learn about their environment in an outdoor setting. The goal of the festival is twofold: to reconnect students with their natural environments, and to support high school students in developing their leadership skills. Inspired by Richard Louv’s famous book, The […]
Take a walk on the wild side! It’s time to tie on your sneakers, gather your friends and family and join us for our annual Walk-a-Thon fundraiser. Download the registration form found at https://www.crittercarewildlife.org/event/annual-walk-thon-fundraiser/ and mail it to Critter Care (instructions on form). You can also register via email by including your credit card information […]
Wildlife Display at Lynn Canyon Park
The Coho Festival is held the second Sunday in September and features a famous Coho Salmon Barbecue, the Coho Garden, Stewardship Zone, Kids Park, Main Stage, and the Squamish Nation Village. The day starts with a Coho Run, Coho Swim, pancake breakfast and much more. Find Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society in the Stewardship Zone, where there will be over 20 […]
Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup
Find us near the entrance to the suspension bridge where you will find our table full of exciting biological artefacts for you to interact with.
Richmond Raptor Festival
Join us for the 23rd annual Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup! Help us clean up our shorelines and collect important data to help protect wildlife and people! Join us from 10am – 12pm on Friday August 18th at Horeshoe Bay Park. Look for our table and poster/banner saying “Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society.” We will be set […]
Stanley Park Bioblitz Environmental Festival
See fabulous birds of prey that make Richmond their home and visit a variety of educational displays throughout the day. Free flying raptor demos at 11:30am, 1:30pm, and 3:30pm. All ages welcome.
Join us on August 12th to take part in a BioBlitz and contribute to our knowledge of Stanley Park’s biodiversity. This event offers something for everyone from scientists to budding naturalists to outdoor enthusiasts. Families with small children will enjoy the environmental festival at Lumberman’s Arch on August 12th from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Find Northwest Wildlife […]