Richmond Nature Park, Richmond, B.C.
This week I found myself visiting the Richmond Nature Park in Richmond, B.C. I really love it here. Even though it was a rainy, grey day there was so much going on here at the park. The bird feeders will be one of the first things you can enjoy just past the Nature House. It is very accessible for all and a great place for anyone. There is also a playground for little ones. There was a plenty variety of birds while I was there, along with squirrels and rabbits. Some of the amazing birds I spotted here were: Anna’s hummingbird, Chickadees, Dark-eyed Juncos, Female Downy Woodpecker, Spotted Towhee, House Finch, and Pine Siskins.
1. Bird watching
There are so many birds to watch at the bird feeders all year round. Richmond Nature Park is a great place to come to ground yourself with wildlife.
2. Hiking the Trails
For maps, pictures, and trail information for Richmond Nature Park come check out All Trails.com
Trail features: 3.1-km loop trail, considered an easy route, takes an average of 33 min to complete, trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime.
3. Visit the Nature House
Nature House & Park Hours
Nature House: 9:00am-5:00pm, admission by donation
Nature Park Trails: Open from dawn until dusk
Holiday closures: Nov 11, Dec 25, 26 and Jan 1