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Transport Canada Jun 1
Today, we issued an Interim Order, effective June 1, 2020, to help protect endangered Southern Resident killer whales from noise and physical disturbance from vessels in coastal waters off .
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FortRoddFisgard Jun 1
Parks Canada is pleased to begin a gradual re-opening of . For more details on what is open and closed and to keep up to date, see our website ➡
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FortRoddFisgard May 31
Today’s is a called the Red-flowering Current (Ribes sanguineum). This flowering shrub is a favorite to another : the hummingbird! See if you can spot Anna’s or Rufous Hummingbirds feeding on these bright beautiful blossoms.
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FortRoddFisgard May 30
Meet Blue-eyed Mary (Collinsia grandiflora), a sure to catch your eye! Found in dry rocky areas, this native species is drought tolerant, has colorful blooms of blue, violet and white, and flowers that resemble the shape of a dragon’s head!
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FortRoddFisgard May 29
As of June 1, you’ll be able to visit Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites. Until then, our facilities remain closed. Please respect these closures so we can get ready to welcome you. Please check our website for details ➡
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FortRoddFisgard May 27
⚠ UPDATE! Starting June 1, 2020, will begin offering limited visitor access and basic services. Note that your visit may be different from past years. So, please plan ahead before you travel. See our website for details ➡
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FortRoddFisgard May 24
Meet your first : Henderson’s Shooting Star! You won’t find these stars in the night sky, but rather in Garry oak meadows and open woodlands.
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FortRoddFisgard May 22
For many of us, limiting grocery store visits means getting creative in the kitchen and doing traditional activities like canning and baking a lot more. Here @FortRoddFisgardNHS it reminds us of our many favorite wartime ! Share yours below.
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FortRoddFisgard May 20
Get to know your ! Flower season is here! Follow us as we introduce you to a variety of plant species that can spot while social distancing outdoors!
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FortRoddFisgard May 16
This May long weekend, join us in remembering seasons past and celebrating our shared history while we . Have you ever participated in one of the @ForRoddFisgard Historic Military Encampments weekends? Share a favorite memory below! Photo: T. Austin/Parks Canada
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FortRoddFisgard May 15
Please note that this , the visitor facilities/vehicle parking at remain closed.
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FortRoddFisgard May 14
Our staff is working hard to prepare Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse NHS to receive visitors. There will be more detailed information related to potential openings coming soon.
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FortRoddFisgard May 12
Keep your family busy and connected to nature with some colouring! Parks Canada’s Team would like to share with you a fantastic Garry oak ecosystem colouring page they recently created. Have fun and share your artwork below!
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FortRoddFisgard May 9
Explore and learn with Parka on the Parks Canada YouTube Channel! Join her as she travels coast to coast to coast in some engaging family-friendly videos!
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GC Newsroom May 7
Today, the Government of Canada announced measures to better protect endangered Southern Resident killer whales in the coastal waters off .
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FortRoddFisgard May 6
Enjoy the beautiful spring bloom in the Garry Oak Learning Meadow at Fort Rodd Hill while you ! Click the link below and learn about these rare ecosystems while enjoying the colourful garden landscape.
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FortRoddFisgard May 3
While is closed for the time being to help , it is a good time for reflection and appreciation. What are your favourite memories of your visit to Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites?
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FortRoddFisgard Apr 28
that Parks Canada has a YouTube channel? Here you will find engaging and awe-inspiring videos from our parks and historic sites coast to coast to coast. has lots to explore as we all do our part to and !
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Parks Canada Apr 26
Many of our 🇨🇦 national historic sites are forts! While you and your are at home , why not build your very own fort? Get your kids to make up a story about who lives there – they can even give it a name! Share pictures of your fort. ⬇
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FortRoddFisgard Apr 25
Bring a little colour into your backyard or balcony by creating a pollinator pitstop! and plant native shrubs with varying blooming times. This will ensure there is enough nectar and pollen all season long.
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