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BURNS BOG
202 - 11961 - 88th Avenue
Delta, BC
V4C 3C9

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Delta Nature Reserve: Follow Highway 91 North or South and take the River Road/Nordel Way Exit, then follow the signs for River Road. This puts you onto Nordel Way, heading north. Turn right at the second set of traffic lights onto Nordel Court and continue to the Great Pacific Forum (10388 Nordel Court). Park in the southeast corner of the parking lot where you will find a red brick path. Follow the path to the left and under the Nordel Way overpass. You will see the gravel GVRD access road which leads south into the Delta Nature Reserve. The Delta Nature Reserve covers 148 acres (60 hectares) and lies in the northeastern corner of Burns Bog. The Reserve has three loops of boardwalks and trails. A 90 minute hike takes you past a beaver dam and through a spirea meadow and a cedar grove. The Bog is the largest undeveloped urban landmass in North America and is home to many beautiful and rare plants and animals. Today the Bog is roughly 8,000 acres (3,200). Almost all of Burns Bog is privately owned and it is under constant threat of development. The bog is a special kind of wetland. It is a strangely beautiful place where acid producing mosses have created a distinct and remarkable ecosystem.

Phone: 604-572-0373
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