Meet the Creatures of Twilight at Aldergrove Regional Park

Townsend’s big-eared bat can be found at low elevations in southern B.C. It is described by the province of British Columbia as being particularly vulnerable to human activity. Visitors eight and older are invited to take part in Creatures of Twilight on July 28, exploring Aldergrove Regional Park to see which species of animals are most active at night. Wikimedia Commons

The park never sleeps.

Visitors are invited to find out who comes out as the sun sets, as Metro Parks presents Creatures of Twilight.

Dispel myths and discover the many adaptations that allow creatures who hunt in the dark to survive.

This event, which runs from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Aldergrove Regional Park on Friday, July 28, is for participants aged eight and older.

Cost is $8 per adult; $4.25 per child/youth/adult 65+

Registration is required:

Online: (use barcode 6918) or call: 604-432-6359.

For information, visit or call 604-530-4983.

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