Pulse of the City: Places To Go, Things To Do
Here are this week’s events for you and your friends and family to enjoy! Keep an eye out for the Pulse FM Street Team, powered by FREEWAY MAZDA.
The Surrey Youth Stewardship Squad (SYSS) combines environmental stewardship and leadership in Surrey’s unique urban forest. SYSS enhances our parks through hands-on restoration, education at community events, and other unique projects.
Tools, training and light refreshments are provided. These events are drop in, rain or shine (events may be cancelled in high winds or extreme weather conditions). Stay comfortable by wearing appropriate clothing for winter activities:
Drop in to an upcoming event, or sign up to be the first to know about new opportunities. Everyone ages 13-17 is welcome to participate – no experience is required. Adults and families are welcome at Nature Work Party events.
Invasive plant removal (Himalayan Blackberry) at Hazelnut Meadows Community Park (14069 68 ave)
Join a local naturalist for a series of free monthly walks (September through May) to discover Surrey’s birds. Learn how these amazing creatures are adapted to their habitat and why our local urban parks are so important for their survival. Become familiar with many birds species and their habitats, improve your identification skills and find answers to all your birding questions!
These walks are drop-in, rain or shine. Please dress for the weather and bring a pair of binoculars and a field guide, if you have them.
Explore shaded forest, flower gardens and a pond while looking for birds. Meet in the playground parking lot north of 104A Avenue.
Saturday, May 11, 2019 9am – 11am
Surrey Lake Park (7500 152 Street)
Search for birds in the lake, meadow, marsh and forest habitats of this diverse park. The parking lot can only be entered from northbound 152 Street.