We take a field trip into Albion Park, and examine various roles of parasites, decomposers and more.
When a tree falls in the forest, things are actually just getting started.
Let’s take a hike from the Stewardship Center to Cliff Falls. This is a field trip we offer through much of the year.
We take a look at Kanaka Creek tributary Dunlop Creek, which is an important coho salmon producer.
Here are the basic elements of our field trip program that is targeted at pre-schools and primary grades.
Here is a look at some cool bio-engineering at the 240th Street fish fence site, courtesy of a $12,500.00 grant from Pacific Salmon Foundation, along with support from Fisheries and Oceans Canada and BCIT Woodlot.
A little look around Kanaka during March and April.
Pacific chorus frogs doing what they do in the pond habitat at the Stewardship Center. Turn up your speakers and enjoy!
Imagine, being lost and alone..who would come for you? Mora and Tulak