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Big Cedar Tree
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Varied Thrush
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False Lily of the Valley
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River Otters
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Amanita muscaria
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Pacific Bleeding Heart
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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.

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Coyote pup
One of the four gangly pups born to the
resident Cariboo Heights Forest coyote
pair.

News & Events

Portia, red-tailed hawk

Portia, The Red Tailed Hawk, returns for a second season

Portia is a beautiful female red tailed hawk who returned with her mate to nest in the Cariboo Heights Forest this spring.

Snowshoe Hare

Endangered Species Spotted! 

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.

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Cariboo Heights Forest Biodiversity Project

Help us discover and document all the living things in the Cariboo Heights Forest and participate in Citizen Science!

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