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...

A Summer Evening at Colony Farm

  Bubbles first … Then tiny ripples on the water’s surface – Three heads pop up … Beavers! Little paws eagerly reach up To pull blackberry branches down to the water’s edge. crypto mixer. Fresh blackberry leaves A tasty snack make! A...

Stoney Creek Weed Warriors!

Removed 44 bags of invasive plants from the Stoney Creek Forest! Targeted policeman’s helmet and impatiens parviflora. Held 5 plant pulls from May – Aug. 2016. Had 19 different participants. Averaged 5 – 10 people out per work party. Group leaders: ...

Let's Bird!

  15 birders 14 bird walks 4 different trails PLUS 2 field trips: Brunette River & Deer Lake 45 species identified along Stoney Creek 9 more species than 2014 Species for 2015 Anna’s Hummingbird American Dipper American Robin Bald Eagle Band-tailed...

Not Even the Rain Stopped Them!

On Saturday, June 11, 2016, six dedicated volunteers, of the Stoney Creek Environment Committee, donned rain gear and got down to business removing eight bags of invasive plant material from along Burnaby’s Stoney Creek. Native plants, that the birds and wild...