Okay, I don't really work on Wednesdays, but I figured I can nab some of you people to come and enjoy a wonderful, casual day with me. At Bloedel Conservatory, you will experience beautifully colored birds, fish, tropical forests and flowers. There are over 100 free-flying birds that range from dwarf Macaws, African parrots, exotic Finches and Chinese Pheasants. The conservatory contains three different climate zones, and has a mission to demonstrate the importance of habitat preservation and plant conservation.
When: The conservatory opens at 10am and closes at 5pm. We will meet at 10:15am where it is quiet and without interruption.
***Please be advised that I will wait a maximum of 5-minutes for any late-comers before ushering everyone inside. If you're late you will need to seek us out at the conservatory. Depending on how fast or slow we go through the conservatory, we may leave at closing or before.
Where: The Bloedel Conservatory is located in Queen Elizabeth Park at 4600 Cambie Street, Vancouver. To be more precise it is located off 33rd Avenue between Cambie and Main Street.
Cost: $6.50 per person. Please pay at the admissions booth inside the conservatory.
Itinerary: There is no plan here. Since there is no tour guide, and I'm visiting this place for the first time, I suggest that the group stick together or break into smaller formations to explore the conservatory at leisure. I won't be acting as a tour guide either and will like to see everything without concern or restraint.
WAIVER: All participating members are responsible for their own overall well-being, and will not hold the host and the group in its entirety responsible of illnesses or anything else that is bad