Cariboo Heights Forest Preservation Society
The Last Unprotected Forest in Burnaby
The Cariboo Heights Forest Preservation Society works for the preservation of a large second growth forest, located south of the Brunette River. Significant for its local history and diversity of native plants and wildlife, this forest is a sanctuary for both people and nature.
News & Events
Portia is a beautiful female red tailed hawk who returned with her mate to nest in the Cariboo Heights Forest this spring.
In mid-May, Dave and I spotted this beautiful snowshoe hare on the Interurban trail. SFU conservation biologist, John Reynolds, confirmed that this is the washingtonii subspecies of snowshoe hare.
Help us discover and document all the living things in the Cariboo Heights Forest and participate in Citizen Science!