Join us at the Nature House at Maplewood Flats for our Coast Salish Winter Pop-up Market.
Welcome to the
Wild Bird Trust of BC!
and restoration, and support communities with education, culture,
and reconciliation programs.
The Wild Bird Trust of BC (WBT) is a non-profit society that manages Maplewood Flats in North Vancouver. We acknowledge that Maplewood Flats is situated within the traditional and unceded territory of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation (TWN).
Maplewood Flats is open to the public for self-guided tours and individual bird watching. Guidelines for trail use and a self-guided tour map are provided to make your visit comfortable. Drop by the Greeter Hut at the entrance for more information.
From monthly bird counts, guided nature walks, to wild bird habitat conservation workshops, the Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats provides many opportunities for beginner and experienced birders and conservationists alike to deepen our lifelong love for wild birds and their habitats.
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News & Stories
Urbanization has transformed landscapes into fragmented areas leaving them unfunctional for wildlife. So how can we fix this? By adding native plants back into the environment.
Let’s take a look at eight reasons why you should add native plants into your yard and why they’re beneficial.
Children of Takaya exhibit in Deep Cove aims to bring awareness of Tsleil-Waututh Peoples and art to traditional lands
The Children of Takaya exhibition presents artwork from emerging Tsleil-Waututh artists in this five-day Part Of Studio exhibit in Deep Cove, unceded Tsleil-Waututh lands and waters.
The Research Seminar Series began as a four-part Zoom event focused on science & research at Maplewood Flats. The series was aimed to engage community members on the research, monitoring projects, and collaborations occurring at Maplewood Flats. The series continues in 2021.
Watch video recordings of our monthly virtual walks and talks. Subscribe to our Youtube channel to get notifications on the latest videos.