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Inverholme Schoolhouse SchoolhouseInverholme Schoolhouse on Deas Island is a popular facility for weddings and other gatherings.
Chickadee at nest at nestA black-capped chickadee perches outside her nest.
Burrvilla at Deas Island Regional Park at Deas Island Regional ParkBurrvilla, built in 1905-06, is a summer nursery for hundreds of bats.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.





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Inverholme Schoolhouse closed for repairs<div class="ExternalClassA4EAEF0FF5274768861783A8AB5B96EF"><p>​Due to damage during winter storms, Inverholme Schoolhouse will remain closed until further notice. Plans for repairs are underway.</p></div>True



City Nature Challenge Online Webinar Nature Challenge Online WebinarCity Nature Challenge Online Webinar<div class="ExternalClassF14201DD81CF44FF815DCE508CC3E57C"><p>In May, cities around the world will be competing to see who can make the most observations of nature. Be part of the fun and make a contribution as a citizen scientist! We’ll show you all you need to know. Take part in this online webinar. Then you’ll be ready to make observations, either on your own – or join us on one of the guided walks.</p><p>Learn about bioblitz-style competitions, the basics of using the iNaturalist app and how to participate in the City Nature Challenge in Metro Vancouver</p><p>To join the webinar, click this link 5-minutes before the start: <a href=""></a> You don’t need a Zoom account to participate.</p></div>GP0|#fe6df210-3407-4fb9-9875-ed9f7a8df78e;L0|#0fe6df210-3407-4fb9-9875-ed9f7a8df78e|Metro Vancouver;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d317962021-04-23T01:30:00Z2021-04-23T02:30:00Z0



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