Vancouver’s Stanley Park has been deemed “one of the greatest urban parks in the world.” With over a thousand acres of untouched nature to explore, Stanley Park is an ecological paradise.
Towering ancient cedars envelop the dense rainforest trails. Bald eagles soar above the Pacific Ocean shores. The park is teeming with wildlife all year round.
In Stanley Park, it’s not uncommon to spot hummingbirds flitting from tree to tree. Turtles can also be found, basking in the afternoon sun. You may even catch a glimpse of otters playing in the Lost Lagoon.
Join published photographer Tiffany Thornton on a nature/wildlife tour of some of the best spots in Stanley Park to view wildlife.
This 90-minute walking tour includes facts about the park’s history. In addition, you will learn about the varied flora and fauna in the park.
Always wanted to go birding in BC? Over 230 species have been found in Stanley Park over the years. It’s perfect for avid bird watchers.
The tour offers ample opportunity for photos and to pull out your binoculars and watch the birds and other wildlife in action.
Additional customized and private tours are available upon request, just get in touch.
Please note: our meeting point will be at Stanley Park Brewery.