Despite being the most populated portion of British
Columbia, the Lower Mainland Region has hundreds
of terrific sites to observe wildlife. From tide water to
alpine meadow, there is something spectacular to
see in every season.
The Lower Mainland Region stretches from
Vancouver eastward through the Fraser Valley to
E.C. Manning Provincial Park, and includes the
Sunshine Coast from Gibsons to Powell River, and
the corridor from Squamish through Whistler to
Information for just 66 Lower
Mainland sites is summarized in this
brochure. As you travel, look for the
blue and white binocular signs that
identify these sites. Enjoy!
British Columbia Wildlife Watch. 1997. Face to Face with Wildlife: Viewing Sites in the Lower Mainland Region. Ministry of Environment