Tuesday 21 June 2016

Birds and Fish

Join us this Sunday to learn about forage fish or for morning birding!

Sunday, June 26, 9am-4pm
Forage Fish Spawning Workshop
9am-1pm Classroom session st Beecher Place (12160 Beecher Street)
1:30pm-4pm Practical session on Crescent Beach

The purpose of this workshop is to train and develop teams to survey beaches around Boundary Bay for forage fish eggs. Forage fish are important prey species and fuel the coastal marine food chain.

Sea Watch Society Executive Director and Scientist, Ramona de Graaf, will be leading this technical workshop. Ramona is a marine biologist and oversees the province-wide research program to document and protect beach-spawning forage fish habitat.

No experience required, minimum volunteer commitment is two surveys over the next year.

To sign-up email Sarah at register@birdsonthebay.ca

Sunday, June 26, 9-11am
Birds on the Bay Morning Birding at the Little Campbell Hatchery

Walk with Lynn & Ron through the forest trails by the Little Campbell River. Look high in the trees, down through the shrubs, and along the river in search of wildlife - including a pair of barred owls with their chicks! 

Meet at the Semiahmoo Fish and Game Club, 1284 184th St. Dress for the weather. Binoculars available to borrow if you don't have your own.

Check our website calendar for other upcoming events and activities.

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