NEW! Richmond Dyke Deck

WHO: Division 9 students of Manoah Steves Elementary, in Richmond, B.C..

WHAT: An 90-card DIY phylo deck of organisms found in the Richmond Dyke, including:

Carpenter Ant, American Goldfinch, Jumping Spider, Mallard Duck, European Starling, Wilson’s Warbler, Buttercup, Grey Wolf, Pink Primrose, Northern Flicker, House Finch, Wood Duck, Grey Squirrel, Grass, Common Cattail, Dandelion, Northern Harrier, Bald Eagle, American Coot, White-Bellied Swallow, Black Carpenter Ant, Purple Finch, Masked Shrew, Bumble Bee, Black Labrador Retriever, American Bittern, Earthworm, Coyote, Blackberry Vines, Meadow Puffball, Ladybugs, Muskrat, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Green Heron, Golden Eagle, Glaucous Winged Gull, Fungus, Harbour Seal, Sandal Leaf, Wood Bug, Wild Fern, American Crow, Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Bewick’s Wren, Vole, Blue Jay, Grass Hopper, Raccoon, Atlantic Sea Nettle, Venus Flytrap, Gingko Leaf, Painted Turtle, Dragonfly, Mallard Duck, Yellow-necked Turtle, Bamboo, Common Box Turtle, Clover, Minnow, Orb-Weaver Spider, Butterfly Bush, Turtles, Lily Pads, Sandhill Crane, Robin, Sockeye Salmon, Seagulls, Raspberry Bush, Spotted Sandpiper, Red-Tailed Hawk, Red Cedar, Red-Eared Slider, Red-Winged Blackbird

WHERE: The Richmond Dyke Trails in Richmond, B.C.

WHEN: June 2011.

Click below to see them all!

Don’t they just make you want to take a walk in the park? Thanks for the lovely artwork, Division 9!

Background photo by Iwona Erskine-Kellie

Purple Finch illustration by Jessie, Manoah Steves Elementary School, Division 9.

NEW: Vancouver Aquarium Deck!


WHO: Students of Divisions 12 and 14, U-Hill Elementary, Vancouver B.C.

WHAT: A 47-card DIY phylo deck of organisms found at the Vancouver Aquarium:

Sea Turtles, Marmosets, Reef Sharks, Sea Anemones, Cane Toads, Jellyfish, Belugas, Seastars, Crabs, Eels, Sea Cucumbers, Fruit Bats, Sea Pens, Anacondas, Sea Horses, Sting Rays, Sea Otters, Seals, Pufferfish, Piranhas, Butterflyfish, Ibis, Butterflies, Octopi, Sea Lions, Tree Frogs, Sea Urchins, Sloths, Caimans, Dolphins, and more!

Click below to see them all.

[set one]
[set two]

WHERE: The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, a public aquarium located in Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In addition to being a major tourist attraction for Vancouver, the aquarium is a centre for marine research, conservation and marine animal rehabilitation. Officially Canada’s first public Aquarium, the Vancouver Aquarium has become the largest in Canada and one of the five largest in North America (From Wikipedia, 18 July 2011).

WHEN: June 2011

Marvelous art! Thanks U-Hill!