Founded in 1918, as Vancouver Natural History Society, Nature Vancouver offers a variety of activities with a focus on nature education, and enjoyment and conservation of natural environment. We organize EVENING PROGRAMS (from September to April), FIELD TRIPS (throughout the year), an annual SUMMER CAMP and occasional workshops, and more.
The BIRDING, BOTANY, GEOLOGY, MARINE BIOLOGY, and PHOTOGRAPHY Sections provide a greater focus in specific areas of nature.
Nature Vancouver is also actively involved in CONSERVATION projects. Currently the projects include FALSE CREEK OYSTER SURVEYS and NEW BRIGHTON PARK RESTORATION.
Members of Nature Vancouver contribute to CITIZEN SCIENCE through e-Bird and iNaturalist
Nature Vancouver has been a strong supporter of Young Naturalists’ Club of BC now known as NatureKIDS BC.
Whether you are just discovering the natural beauty of Vancouver and BC or are an experienced naturalist, we know you will enjoy the atmosphere and camaraderie of Nature Vancouver.
Calendar of Events
Nature Vancouver Sketch Group: May Meetup28/May/2023 at 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us on our next Nature Sketchbook outing at Jericho Beach Park! Sketching in nature is a great way to unwind, learn about local wildlife and plants and explore your creative side. Jericho...
Colombia: a Birder's Paradise01/Jun/2023 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Endemic Multicolored Tanager - © Rene Montero Colombia: A Birder’s Paradise. Introduction to the generalities of the geography and birds of Colombia You are invited to attend this presentation where Rene Montero will...
Identifying Trees in June at Kitsilano Park and Kitsilano Beach Park09/Jun/2023 at 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Nina Shoroplova (author of Legacy of Trees: Purposeful Wandering in Vancouver’s Stanley Park) will lead a walk, identifying the evergreen and deciduous trees growing in these connecting parks. An easy walk. The terrain...