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Nov 17: SCWIST presents Native trees of B.C. Walk

EVENT NAME: Native trees of B.C. Walk—Discovering Vancouver’s native trees.

EVENT DATE: Saturday 17 November 2012. Sunday 18 November in case of rain.

EVENT TIME: 10 am – noon

LOCATION: Meet along North Lagoon Drive at Tatlow Walk in Stanley Park. There is plenty of parking along North Lagoon Drive.

Learn about native trees in British Columbia on this lively walk through the forest in Stanley Park.

Outdoor walk and talk on natural history of the forest by Kent Brothers who will take up to 15 people on a walk through Stanley Park. You will also learn about some of the mammals, birds, amphibians, and invertebrates whose home is Stanley Park.

If you have a hand lens or magnifying glass,  bring it, for you will then be able to see cone structure or look sat small invertebrates. Participants should be prepared for possible cold and rainy weather with enough warm and waterproof clothes, as we will be doing quite a bit of standing around.

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