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Xwáýxway is a First Nations village site, occupied for millenia by the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-waututh peoples.
This area of the park is now called Lumberman's Arch.
This bright yellow pile of sulphur is 25 meters high.
It is sold to Asia for use in manufacturing fertilizer.
Beavers, skunks, raccoons, eagles, otters, heron and coyotes all call Stanley Park home.
They let us visit sometimes.
Siwash Rock is a solitary rock outcropping just off the coast of Stanley Park.
I'm sure a goose I've seen there thinks he owns it.
The 9:00 o'clock gun is loaded daily with a black powder charge and you can hear it all over Vancouver.
Killer whales are sometimes (ok, not very often) seen in Burrard Inlet.
A heron colony with over 100 nests.
It can get noisy and stinky but it's amazing.
There's even a Heron cam.
Dead Man's Island is an ancient 'tree burial' cemetery. It is considered one of the most
haunted islands in North America.