With the oldest tree walks at the bottom and the newest at the top, here are the tree walks I have already led or am going to be leading.
2023 Upcoming Walks
Planning for other walks is in process with Nature Vancouver and Stanley Park Ecology Society.
2023 Walks that Are Over
On August 4, 2023, I led a tree identification walk in the southern half of Shaughnessy Park, previously known as the Crescent. In spring I will lead a tree ID walk in the northern half.
On July 7, 2023, I led a tree identification walk in Stanley Park for Nature Vancouver members from Lord Stanley statue to South Creek Trail in Shakespeare Garden. Caroline Penn continued the walk around Beaver Lake, returning to the Shakespeare Garden.
June 9, 2023, a second tree-identification walk at 10:30 a.m. in Kitsilano Park and Kitsilano Beach Park to see how much easier it is to identify trees once they have leafed out. We walked this route previously in February 2023. This is for members of Nature Vancouver and others who sign a waiver for the walk. The walk is free but participants needed to register.
May 5, 2023, a Cherry Blossom Walk from a ‘Kanzan’ to a grove of ‘Shiro-fugen’ in Stanley Park. On behalf of Stanley Park Ecology Society. There is a fee and registration is required. Sign up with SPES was through the link on this page.
April 8, 2023, a Cherry Tree Talk and Walk in Stanley Park, as part of the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival. The walk is free but participants were required to register online here.
April 1, 2023, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at The Big Picnic, Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival’s opening event at David Lam Park.
February 10, 2023, a tree identification walk in Kitsilano Park and Kitsilano Beach Park, for members of Nature Vancouver.
June 16, 2022, a native and ornamental tree walk in Stanley Park from the Information Booth to Brockton Point, for members of Stanley Park Ecology Society.
April 8, 2022, a Cherry Tree Talk and Walk in Stanley Park, as part of the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival.