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Burrvilla at Deas Island Regional Park at Deas Island Regional ParkBurrvilla, built in 1905-06, is a summer nursery for hundreds of bats.
Chickadee at nest at nestA black-capped chickadee perches outside her nest.
Deas Island Regional Park floating dock Island Regional Park floating dockThe floating dock at Deas Island Regional Park can be used to launch canoes, kayaks, rowboats or other non-motorized craft.
Great blue heron at Deas Island Regional Park blue heron at Deas Island Regional ParkA great blue heron rests on the shore of Deas Island Regional Park.
Inverholme Schoolhouse SchoolhouseInverholme Schoolhouse on Deas Island is a popular facility for weddings and other gatherings.
Large-leaved lupines at Deas Island Regional Park lupines at Deas Island Regional ParkLarge leaved lupines are among the wildflower species that fill the sandy meadow next to Sloughview Trail on Deas Island Regional Park.
Tinmakers Walk at Deas Island Regional Park Walk at Deas Island Regional ParkTinmakers Walk is a lovely trail through the shade of cottonwood forest along the banks of the Fraser River.
View from tower at Deas Island Regional Park from tower at Deas Island Regional ParkLooking east from the viewing tower at Deas Island Regional Park, one can see the broad reach of the south arm of the Fraser River as well as distant mountains of the Coast Range.





Deas Island Regional Park-123.04976846149.1272393435,,+-123.04976846100&sll=49.387545,,-123.354687&sspn=0.010532,,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16,,+-123.04976846100&sll=49.387545,-123.354687&sspn=0.010532,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16<div class="ExternalClass9A51DB4BC73343E7A1E13AA72F51D9D5">Deas Island Regional Park is in Delta, 2.5 km north east of the George Massey tunnel, near the Highway 99 and Highway 17A junction. The park entrance is where 62B Street and River Road join, on the west side of this junction. The entrance is marked from the roadway. </div>





Ground densification work near park<div class="ExternalClassE630CB395A6F4D929DFA583E152B0F1F"><p>In work related to the relocation of the South Fraser Transmission line, BC Hydro crews will be installing foundations for new transmission towers. Work will include ground densification.</p><p>Park trails across the tunnel may be affected. As well, <strong>noise from the pile drivers can be very loud -- and may disturb dogs and horses.</strong></p><p>Work is expected to take place during the day from Monday to Saturday, April to August 2017.</p><p>For more information, go to, email <a href=""></a> or call 604-623-4472.</p></div>True
BC Hydro work adjacent to Deas Island Regional Park<div class="ExternalClass50FE9ED417AB41ACB2BB8E046B859631"><p>BC Hydro is conducting work related to a new transmission tower adjacent to Deas Island Regional Park. Crews may, at times, be in the vicinity of Island Tip Trail, but work should not interfere with trail use.</p><p>For more information, please contact BC Hydro at 604-623-4472 or <a href=""></a></p></div>True



Starry NightStarry Night<div class="ExternalClass5A2BAFF10DFA454BA1A95FD4A58EDB5C"><p>Sparkling lights and candlelit paths welcome you to the park at night.  See a live owl, join a drumming circle and make a wish upon a star during this enchanted evening.  Allow 1 hour to complete the walk. Bring a flashlight or a fancy lantern to show off as you walk the trail. </p><p> </p></div>GP0|#31a206cb-92b0-4223-8305-c75b779a52a8;L0|#031a206cb-92b0-4223-8305-c75b779a52a8|Delta;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d36602017-08-20T02:30:00Z



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