Water Monitoring results for December 2016

All through snowy December, John Templeton continued to take daily conductivity measurements in Tributary 3A.  Because of the cold weather, Simon Fraser University has put down road salt for public safety reasons.  However, that has resulted in the highest readings of...

They are Back!

Salmon and lots of them – on our October 22nd bird walk, our group of seven, was thrilled  to see the main stem of Stoney Creek alive with returning salmon.  Close to 1,000 spawners were counted in the first two weeks of the count which began on October 11th. By...

Eggshells You Say?

  Yes, eggshells – a tasty calcium treat for your feathered friends; especially important in nesting season but enjoyed year round by a variety of birds. Just wash the shells well in hot soapy water and let air dry.  Break them up in small pieces and sprinkle...

Successful Spawner Count

Nine volunteers walked the creek last Sunday and counted over 700 live and dead Chum and three live Coho. That count was added to the Saturday count of 100. Why not go see the fish for yourself? Here’s a link to a map showing good viewing...