This suburb of Greater Vancouver is located at the mouth of the Fraser River, where it meets the Pacific Ocean, and is protected by 50 miles of dykes. There are 17 islands within Richmond, which is part of the Pacific Flyway – a major migratory route for birds. With 1500 acres of parks, Richmond has an intricate network of bike and running paths, and is an excellent place to view wildlife. Richmond is also home to Steveston, a historic working fishing village where visitors can take whale-watching tours or stroll along the boardwalk and see seals, eagles, herons, and sea lions.
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