The Nature Nut

“I took a walk out in the woods and came out taller than the trees!” – Henry David Thoreau

Upcoming Events

Langley Regional trail

Meet at the entrance off 216th street and  follow 3rd Ave to the small parking area. We will walk along farms and meadows and through a forest, very scenic walk! […]

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Fort Langley, Brea Island walk.

Meet at the parking lot at the campsite just over the train tracks on the main drag. We will leave at 9:30 sharp. Listen for songbirds and look for the […]

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Deas Island Regional Park

Meet at the parking lot past the boat ramp at 9:30 sharp. Enjoy the views of the Fraser river and Deas slough, watch for eagles and Spring signs. Coffee at […]

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Burns Bog (Delta Nature Reserve)

Meet at the small parking area along the roadside on Westview Drive just between 64th and 72nd Aves. We will leave at 9:30 sharp. Coffee at Starbucks by Safeway on […]

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Tynehead Regional Park   Meet at the parking lot off 96th Ave by the Hatchery. We will leave at 9:30 sharp. Enjoy the creeks and forest trails in this beautiful park. (dog off […]

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North 40 Park. Delta BC

This small but scenic park is a haven for dogs. Eagles galore, trails through brush and paths, with old oak and willow grooves. Coffee in Ladner at Stir coffee house […]

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Serpentine Fen.

Park at the parking lot at Art Knapps. We will leave at 9:30 sharp. Meander the trails along the marsh and river, listening for birds and the weird call of […]

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High and Low Knoll Park

Park at the small parking lot off 192nd street and Colebrook Road. Enjoy the meadows, lake and forest trails in this local park. Coffee at the One Up Cafe on […]

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Campbell Valley Regional Park

Meet at the main entrance on 16th Ave at 9:30 sharp we will leave. Check out early signs of Spring, feed the birds and enjoy a dry day! Coffee at […]

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did you know…

Here are a few fun facts you may not have known about nature and animals from around the world…

What is the slowest animal on earth?

The slowest animal on earth is the three toed sloth, which has an average speed of 0.16 km/h!

How long does a dragonfly live?

The average lifespan of a dragonfly is 24 hrs!

Forget carrots!

Did you know reindeer like bananas?

Off with his head!

A cockroach can survive a week without it’s head!

Don't get too affectionate...

Tree hugging is forbidden in China!

No need for Q-Tips

A giraffe can clean it’s ears with it’s 21 inch tongue