April 9, 2017 OWL (Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society) is a rehabilitation and education centre established for the rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured birds of prey. The group takes care of raptors such as eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, osprey and vultures — over 600 birds of prey a year. OWL is having an annual Open House on Saturday…
Join us as we celebrate Surrey’s 13th annual Arbor Day – a day to celebrate trees!
Explore and learn about nature in Surrey with this series of over 100 free programs and events.
Celebrate National Tree Day by helping to plant 500 new trees and shrubs in a community park! Enjoy live music, nature activities, and a free BBQ lunch for planters (while supplies last).
Free three-day family festival where you can tour the vessels, enjoy dockside programs, entertainment, and celebrate Canada Day with a fireworks show over the Fraser River.
Meet some of Surrey’s most exotic trees in the arboretum and learn about the legacy left by a family of early pioneers.
Look for eagles, ducks, muskrats, and songbirds as you explore the scenic wetland habitats they call home.
Search for signs of wildlife in this park’s diverse meadow, forest, and creek habitats.
Discover some of the fascinating ways trees and plants have been used by people in this free, hands-on arboretum tour!
Join local community groups for a fun-filled day at the beach, all ages, rain or shine.
Celebrate trees at Holland Park in Surrey! Saturday, April 30 (10am – 1pm). Enjoy tree planting, family activities, and a BBQ lunch in this popular park – all for FREE!
Internationally-renowned Haida Artist Reg Davidson and eco designer Wendy Van Riesen of Dahlia Drive present Ravens, Eagles, Polka Dots: A Reg Davidson/Dahlia Drive Collaboration.
Innoweave is pleased to partner with Sustainability Network to offer a Developmental Evaluation Workshop.
Join local experts for educational walks through two of Surrey BC’s most important wetlands.
Join us for this free program at Redwood Park to search high and low for these fascinating fungi. Pre-registration required; please call 604-502-6065.
Join us for this free program at Bear Creek Park and search for signs of wildlife in this park’s diverse meadow, forest, and creek habitats. Pre-registration required; please call 604-502-6065.
Bring your family to this free program at the Surrey Nature Centre to get the inside scoop on these “spooky” creatures. Pre-registration required; please call 604-502-6065.
Come to this free workshop at the Surrey Nature Centre and learn about which trees are best suited to your yard. Pre-registration required; call 604-502-6065.