Support us

Dedicated Giving

The Wild Bird Trust of BC provides opportunities to mark major life events in a meaningful way, while supporting our valuable conservation and restoration work. By purchasing a bench, tree, or custom art feature sited in a special location at Maplewood Flats, residents may honour a dearly departed family member or friend, or celebrate a significant event such as a birth or marriage.

Details

Locations for the bench, tree, or art feature are chosen in consultation with the Site Manager from an approved list – final site decisions are made by the Site Manager. Benches and art features are maintained and, if necessary, replaced by the Trust for a period of 10 years. A portion of the contribution is tax deductible.

For an Application form, or to request more information, email admin@wildbirdtrust.org or call (604) 929-2379.

Dedicated Coast Salish Tree Planting

$1,500
  • The cost covers the purchase, transport and planting of the tree.
  • The tree will be selected from the Coast Salish Plant Nursery at the Flats, in consultation with the Site Manager.

Dedicated Bench

$3,500
  • This cost covers acquisition and installation of the bench and plaque.
  • A custom bronze plaque (approximately 4” x 8”) if desired, is managed and ordered separately by the individual or group resuesting the bench.

Dedicated Custom Art Feature

$5000 -10 000
  • Arrangements can be made to commission an artist to design and fabricate a special memorial feature for placement at the Flats, in consultation with the Executive Director and approval from the Board.

Head Office

The Conservation Area
at Maplewood Flats
2649 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver, BC, V7H 1B1

(2km from Second Narrows Bridge)

Hours

Office: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
Conservation Area: Open 24 hours

Contact

Phone

Phone : + 1 604-929-2379

CORRIGAN NATURE HOUSE RENTALS

rentals@wildbirdtrust.org

MEMBERSHIP INQUIRIES

membership@wildbirdtrust.org

VOLUNTEERING

volunteer@wildbirdtrust.org

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