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Christmas Bird Count for Kids:
Add some fun to your holiday season by spending half a day with us and participating in the tradition of the annual Christmas Bird Count. Look for common winter birds while learning basic skills like identification, using binoculars and field guides and how to report findings.
Stay for refreshments and cookie decorating at the Burnaby Lake Park Association's Annual Holiday Open House.
Please remember to dress in clothing suitable for the weather and bring your own binoculars and field guides if you have them.
There is parking near the Nature House as well as the parking lot at Warner Loat Park.
TRANSIT: If you are on transit, the closest bus stop is Route 110 – along Government Road.
Stop 52548 – Eastbound from Metrotown Station
Stop 52557 – Westbound from Lougheed Station
Get off at Piper Avenue and walk south for four blocks. At Winston Street, there will be a cross walk with a flashing light; cross and continue past the railway tracks to the Nature House.
When & Where
Burnaby Lake Park Association
The Burnaby Lake Park Association was founded in 1972* and has been an active volunteer organization leading stewardship activities that preserve, restore, and protect Burnaby Lake Regional Park’s ecological integrity. They connect people with nature through habitat restoration and enhancement such as their invasive species removal program Weedbusters and Nestbox Monitoring, education and outreach in the community. The BLPA is an advocate for environmentally responsible management of Burnaby Lake Regional Park to ensure it is a legacy for future generations. We work in conjunction with MetroVancouver Regional Parks Interpreters to help people discover the great outdoors!
*As the Burnaby Outdoor Education Association