Welcome to the
Wild Bird Trust of BC!
spotted towhee by nick weston
from the 2020 Coast Salish Bird Calendar
Birding at Maplewood flats
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 alike to deepen our lifelong love for wild birds and their habitats.
Currently, our monthly on-site group events are being held online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, The Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats is open to the public for self-guided tours and bird watching. We request all our visitors to observe appropriate Covid-19 protocols. Visit the Greeter Hut at the entrance for more information.
Events at Maplewood flats
We offer monthly online events along with addition of special events like virtual exhibitions, annual Osprey Festival, and more! Topics include Conservation & Redress, Habitat & Research, Activities for Youth and Kids, and Volunteer/Skills workshops. Special series will include Elder talks and a book club.
Browse our Events calendar or RSVP for specific events on our Facebook page. For a complete listing of the 80+ events offered each year, and to receive the ZOOM invite information, register for events on our Eventbrite page. Registration is free to members, $5.00 for all others, unless otherwise noted.
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Habitat and cultural use plan
Research seminar series
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.
virtual walks & talks
online events & workshops
Watch video recordings of our monthly virtual walks and talks. Subscribe to our Youtube channel to get notifications on the latest videos.
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Support and Defend Coast Salish Wild Birds
Our work is made possible with the support of our members, volunteers, social enterprise revenues (nature house rentals and nursery sales), donors and funders – through their time, care, contributions, and grants.