Interesting Facts About Your Regional ParksInteresting Facts About Your Regional Parks2015-08-26T07:00:00ZGP0|#0774283d-71f2-4a07-ae02-062bba6e3fd0;L0|#00774283d-71f2-4a07-ae02-062bba6e3fd0|Issue 12;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassB67C29D2B1D64FE491DC469D952D7742"><p>​Metro Vancouver Regional Parks; </p><ul><li>Provide habitat to local wildlife, from back bears to rough-skinned newts.</li><li>Provide resting areas on the Pacific Flyway, a migratory bird pathway. A million Western sandpipers use these areas when migrating south in the fall. Plan your visit to <a href="/services/parks/parks-greenways-reserves/iona-beach-regional-park" target="_blank">Iona Beach Regional Park</a> or <a href="/services/parks/parks-greenways-reserves/boundary-bay-regional-park" target="_blank">Boundary Bay Regional Park</a>. </li><li>Hosted over 10 million people visits in 2014.</li><li>Offer more than 350 km of trails to walk or cycle.</li><li>Protect natural areas in our region, and contribute to its livability. </li></ul></div>0