Parents and kids welcome! Every year on the first Sunday in June the Bowen Island Fish & Wildlife Club has an Open House at the Terminal Creek Salmon Hatchery in Crippen Park on Bowen Island. This is a very special event for
A major scientific effort is underway to find out why salmon stocks have declined in the Strait of Georgia, Juan de Fuca Strait and Puget Sound, which together form the Salish Sea. The initiative is being driven by two non-profit
You are welcome to attend our 2016 Annual General Meeting which will take place Sunday, April 10th, from 2:00 to 3:30 PM in the Bill Rush Memorial Classroom at the Terminal Creek Salmon Hatchery in Crippen Park. Parking is available
BIFWC volunteers have been busy throughout 2015; raising and releasing 100,000 chum and 20,000 coho fry into the ocean and Bowen creeks in the spring, maintaining the climbing pools and spawning area at Explosives Creek which flows
The following article appeared in the Undercurrent, Bowen Island’s local newspaper in mid-November, 2015
Earlier this month a resident of Bowen Island observed the crew and guests of a recreational power boat, which regularly visits
Coho Bon Voyage last month was again successful as many Bowen children and their parents helped BIFWC volunteers release the last of our coho fry into Terminal Creek. Smiles and laughter all around and an educational opportunity
As you are aware, Terminal Creek Salmon Hatchery operations ceased for the summer after the last of the coho fry were released at Coho Bon Voyage on June 1st. BIFWC volunteers had a very busy season and this update highlights some
COHO BON VOYAGE ANNOUNCEMENT
Sunday, June 1, 2014, 12:00 to 3:00 PM
Every year on the first Sunday in June the Bowen Island Fish & Wildlife Club has an Open House at the Terminal Creek Salmon Hatchery in Crippen Park on Bowen
By Meribeth Deen, Bowen Island Undercurrent, May 2, 2014.
On the weekend of May 3, public access to Tunstall Bay beach will be blocked off so that the Bowen Island Fish and Wildlife Club can complete a project that aims to restore
On Sunday, April 21, 2013 we released 210,000 Chum into our Bowen Water Ways.
It is always great to help with another year of healthy fish that will soon be in our oceans around Bowen.
The DFO truck arrived so that we could transfer the Chum into the tank for transportation to our Creeks.