The Nature Nut

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

Upcoming Events

Ladner Village walk (from Delta)

Meet at the parking along roadside in front of the Riverhouse Restaurant on 6255 River Road, Delta. We will leave at 9:30 sharp! We will be walking along a green […]

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Joe Brown Park

Meet at Colebrook Elementary school roadside parking. We leave at 9:30 sharp! Walk through forest, gravel pit and trails leading to interesting streets and neighborhood. Coffee at Safeway.

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Bear Creek Park

Meet at the parking lot or roadside on 84th Ave and King George Highway, near skate park. We leave at 9:30 sharp! From skatepark to Bear Creek running track to […]

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Aldergrove Lake Park.,-122.4678018,15z  Meet at the parking lot on Le Feuvre Road at 9:30 sharp. Please bring a picnic lunch if you like!

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Fort Langley’s Brea Island walk

Meet at the campsite just over the railway tracks on your left side and park at visitors parking. We leave right at 9:30!  Walk trails to Fraser River and back […]

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Centennial Beach

Meet at the small parking lot at the bend/curve in road on 56th and turn left on 12th Ave, past Petra's coffee shop on the corner towards parking at upcoming […]

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Reifels Bird Sanctuary

On Westham Island,  park at the designated spot at sanctuary, we leave at     sharp. We will have a picnic after our visit, please bring food items. Picnic tables and […]

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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