(Emergency Call 24 hours)
For salmon to continue to live in Stoney Creek, they need clean water. Please report immediately if you see toxic spills, dirty water or small dead or dying fish. Heavy siltation from runoff in the fall and winter may cover and smother eggs.
Deptartment of Fisheries and Oceans Observe, Record, Report Line :1.866.845.6776
or in greater Vancouver:
604 607 4186
Let them know What you observed Where, and When. Use the numbers on the map to locate the incident. Keep records of when and who you talked to and the case number they gave you.
Guidelines for reporting dead wild birds to Government Agencies
What to report to Wildlife Agencies:
Groups of 3 or more dead birds (any species) found in the same geographic location.
The following individual dead birds:
Species at risk
Highly susceptible species (swans, ducks)
Raptors (eagles, hawks, owls)
Water-adapted bird species (waterfowl in general, shorebirds, water-associated birds).
These wild bird mortalities should be reported by calling 1-866-431-BIRD (2473). Reports will be recorded, assessed to determine if further investigation is warranted, and if so, guidance will be provided on a case by case basis. Here the information sheet.
Report bat encounters
If you find a dead bat or see a bat flying in the winter, please contact the South Coast Bat Conservation Society at email@example.com or 1-855-922-2287 ext. 11 as soon as possible for further information. See details here.