Nature Walks

The Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats hosts a variety of walks and tours throughout the year.

Guided WAlks

Monthly Guided Walks, 10am-noon

Hosted by Legendary Naturalist Al Grass.
Saturdays, 10:00 am to noon

R Lyske Walk May 20

September 14 - Autumn

Fall migration and Maplewood’s birds.

October 12 - Fresh and Frosty

Bird begin to prepare for the challenges of winter.

November 9 - Woodland Wonders

Maplewood’s forests live with the help of beetles, woodpeckers and fungi.

August 10 - All About Habitat

Understanding habitat.

December 14 - Home for the Holidays

A winter’s day at Maplewood is always full of wonder!

Plant WAlks

Indigenous Plant Walks with Senaqwila Wyss

Learn about indigenous plant use, from medicines for teas or edible berries and more, throughout Maplewood Flats! Senaqwila is of Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Tsimshian, Sto:lo, Swiss, and Hawaiian ancestry. She was trained traditionally by her mother, T’uyt’tanat Cease Wyss. Together, they founded Raven and Hummingbird Tea Co, and share their knowledge and love for indigenous plants broadly. 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

August 17

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holiday WALKS

Afternoon Holiday Walks,

Hosted by Kevin Bell. Lifelong Naturalist, ornithologist, ecologist, and retired Chief Naturalist/Manager at Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre and D.N.V. Natural Parklands. Mondays, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

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September 2 - Labour Day

October 14 - Thanksgiving

November 11 - Remembrance / Armstice

Summer WALKS

Late Summer Walk with Rob Lyske

August 17 starting at 10:00 am. Rob Lyske is an amazing birder, he can hear birds you can’t! Don’t miss this amazing walk. WBT Membership required.

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Bird Surveys,

Join us bright and early on the first Saturday of each month to participate in our monthly bird surveys. Participants of all levels are welcome to take part in the survey led by experienced birders.

September 7, October 5, November 2, December 7

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All Seasons Self-Guided Tour

The Conservation Area trails are well-marked if you prefer to go at your own pace or schedule. Download the map (PDF) or get one at the Greeter’s Hut.

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Head Office

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

(2km from Second Narrows Bridge)


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



Phone : + 1 604-929-2379




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