Ever wonder what that plant is or why do some birds only hunt at night? Check out our EcoEDUCATION programs to learn about nature! If you are an educator, don’t forget to check out our EcoKITS as well, which is a collection of resources available to help students learn about nature at Pacific Spirit Regional Park. We also offer, when possible, themed EcoWALKs that build upon the resources in the EcoKITs.


Pacific Spirit Park Society regularly hosts nature walks for the public, school classrooms and community groups. Guided by our trained volunteers and seasoned naturalists, participants have the opportunity to go up-close to learn about the wildlife and plants that Pacific Spirit Regional Park has to offer.

First Sunday EcoWALKs take place in various locations around Pacific Spirit Park on the first Sunday of the month. Topics vary widely ranging from exploration of lesser known areas of the park to opportunities to experience forest bathing combined with forest art. Here is a selection of other previous themed walks:

  • Fabulous Fungi
  • Birding by Ear
  • A Walk on the Shady Side: Focus on Shade Plants.
  • All about Owls

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Find us at our EcoTABLE where we share some of the many interesting objects and curiosities that we find from the natural world. From pine cones to birds nests to owl pellets, there’s something to peak everyone’s interest.

Most Saturdays we can be found at the trailhead of Cleveland trail on W 16th. Come by and say hi!