Visitors are invited to enjoy a guided walk through Campbell Valley Regional Park on Monday, July 3. Langley Times file photo

Metro offers guided nature walk through Campbell Valley Park

Naturalist Al Green will lead visitors through a variety of habitats during the 90-minute afternoon stroll on July 3

Residents and visitors alike are invited to enjoy a leisurely stroll in Campbell Valley Park on Monday, July 3 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

The free 90-minute walk will take participants through a variety of habitats as they discover the park’s summer birds and how they live. It will be led by veteran naturalist Al Grass, formerly with BC Parks and presented by the Campbell Valley Nature House hosts.

Registration is required for this all-ages event. Book your spot online: www.metrovancouveronline.org (use barcode 6939) or call 604-432-6359.

For information, visit metrovancouver.org/events or call 604-530-4983

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