My sister is in town for a few days, so we took a walk around Deer Lake in Burnaby. Then I parked myself on a bench and hung out with some chicks, while my sister took another, faster lap.
OK, a gosling 🙂
Caught a couple of little beasties visiting our balcony garden.
This wee one was smaller than the fingernail on my pinkie
Yumi and I walked around Colony Farm Regional Park this afternoon. We saw lots of bees and damselflies, which are easy to shoot compared to the swooping swallows!
Back by popular demand! 🙂
Yes, you too, can become a streamkeeper just like me! 😉
Similar to last year’s presentation, I will give an overview of Burnaby watersheds, and then focus on Byrne Creek and what sorts of activities volunteer streamkeepers do to help protect and restore natural habitat in the urban environment.
I’ll have lovely nature shots of the creek and ravine park, posters, streamkeeper handbooks and equipment, etc.
Suitable for all ages!
Hope to see you there.
SEHAB, or the Salmon Enhancement and Habitat Advisory Board to the Dept of Fisheries and Oceans, met for 1-1/2 days of meetings in Port Alberni, BC, on May 18-19.
Board members meet three times a year to collate and discuss successes and concerns from streamkeeper groups around BC, and share them with DFO Pacific Regional Headquarters.