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Many species of waterfowl call Lower Mainland home in winter
Cats and windows are among the threats songbirds face in the fall season.
Lower Mainland marshes are home to various forms of wildlife
Delta's Watershed Park is a perfect place to spend a summer's day in the Lower Mainland.
As the river water flows into the salty waters of the Georgia Strait, it forms an unusual ecosystem: the Fraser river plume.
Some species travelling up to 30,000 kilometres world wide
Great blue herons' bills turn bright orange and they build stick nests crazily high up this time of year.
Water between the mainland and Gulf Islands is bustling with life
Columnist Anne Murray explains the differences between moles and voles
Boundary Bay eco-system is full of life, but often an afterthought, writes PAN columnist Anne Murray
With care, you can have a garden full of birds to watch all winter.
The 3,286-m peak of Mount Baker is an active volcano that formed when eruptions disgorged flows of andesitic lava.
Conservation efforts must be made for declining populations
B.C.'s trees are at risk of being cut down for development.
The Semiahmoo Peninsula is home to a slew of bird species.
April is migration month and wildlife – especially whales – are on the move, says PAN columnist Anne Murray.
Winter is fast approaching and with the seasonal change come some new visitors from the north.
Birders flocked to BC Nature conference, hosted by Delta Naturalists' Society
Semiahmoo Peninsula home to birds both big and small
If you go too fast, it is easy to overlook the abundance of interesting plants, birds and other wildlife found in local parks. Blackie Spit at Crescent Beach, South Surrey, is a great place for summer idling.