VISIT

Exhibits

The Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats hosts a variety of permanent and temporary exhibits at the site.

2019 Annual Photo Exhibit - Web FB cover
Current Exhibit

2nd Annual Wild Bird Trust of BC Members’ Photography Exhibition

Saturday, November 16, 2019 to Sunday February 2, 2020

Showcasing a juried selection of photographs of Coast Salish birds and wildlife from Maplewood Flats captured by WBT member photographers:

Rob Alexander, Janine Brooke, Pierre Cenerelli, Sue Flecker, Sacha Sho Ye Gauthier, Diane Heal, Greg Klein, Richard Krull, Paul Kusmin, Hannah Rowsell, Nina Steadman, Sunny Zhang

Winter hours – open to the public on weekends, 11am to 3pm, or by appointment. Visit @MaplewoodFlats on Facebook for upcoming events, or email ed@wildbirdtrust.org

Permanent Installations

Maplewood Flats Conservation area hosts public artworks by local Indigenous artists at various locations around the site.

Niih ten sxelt nata skwi its’ay

Ocean Hyland

Tsleil-Waututh artist & activist
2018
MATERIAL: CEDAR​

Niih ten sxelt nata skwi its’ay is located near the Eastern Mudflats.

The Great Blue
Heron

James Harry

Squamish artist: carver and muralist
2018
MATERIAL: COATED ALUMINUM​

The Great Blue Heron installation is located at Osprey Point.

House Posts

 Zachary George (Skokaylem)

TSLEIL-WAUTUTH ARTIST: Master carver
2019
MATERIAL: CEDAR​

The house posts are located at the front entrance of Corrigan Nature House.

Osprey Mural

Nature House in Spring_Spring2019_Lianne Payne copy

Jordan Gallie

TSLEIL-WAUTUTH ARTIST
2018
MATERIAL: PLYWOOD & ACRYLIC​

The Osprey Mural is located on the north side of Corrigan Nature House.