Stanley Park – BC Canada

Photo © Nigel (winnu)

Situated on the edge of Vancouver’s downtown, this magnificent park is a bird lover’s paradise. Over the course of a year, as many as 230 species of birds are easily viewed and heard in its diverse landscape of forests, wetlands and seashore. The summer breeding bird populations are diverse and plentiful. The park is not only home to four nesting pairs of bald eagles and an expansive great blue heron colony, it is also a nursery for songbirds, owls, and many other species. Its winter seashore is teeming with thousands of waterfowl, shorebirds and wading birds, and a short hop over to Lost Lagoon will provide a view of freshwater species. As Vancouver is on the Pacific Flyway, fall and spring migration are exciting times in the park with flocks of warblers, birds of prey and the occasional rarities passing through. 10% of the sales profits of this list are donated to the Stanley Park Ecology Society.

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