Coho salmon: pinks’ and chums’ eating cousin

Coho salmon: pinks’ and chums’ eating cousin

Newly published research co-authored by scientists at Simon Fraser University and the Raincoast Conservation Foundation shows juvenile coho salmon benefit from dining on the distant…

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Pablo Vimos receives Burnaby's Environmental Star Award

Pablo Vimos receives Burnaby’s Environmental Star Award

At the Environmental Awards ceremony on Sunday, June 8, Pablo Vimos received a well-deserved Environmental Star Award for his volunteer work with Stoney Creek and…

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It's Time to Build!

It’s Time to Build!

– so come on out. Spring is such a fascinating time to bird watch! There is sooooo much activity going on it will make your…

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World Fish Migration Day on May 24

World Fish Migration Day on May 24

In celebration of the upcoming World Fish Migration Day on May 24, See Ecowatch for 10 fun facts about migratory fish. Steelhead and rainbow trout…

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Nomads no more: early juvenile Coho salmon migrants contribute to the adult return

Nomads no more: early juvenile Coho salmon migrants contribute to the adult return

Something to think about as we watch the Coho we released at the Great Salmon Send-Off make their way to the sea. [quote]A recent study…

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