Celebrate our magnificent rivers at PoCo’s Rivers & Trails Festival in Lions Park (2300 Lions Way, on the banks of the Coquitlam River). BMN will be there with our new displays and children’s puzzles, along with other groups, live music, food trucks, and salmon smolts (for kids to release into the river).
BMN will be having a display table and providing an educational session on bats at this festival.
There will be activities, performers, exhibitors, and storytelling that will reveal local night animals. Bring a flashlight and allow 1.5 hours to complete.
Park at the Pacific Academy (10238 – 10300 168 Street, Surrey) and take a free shuttle to the day use area starting at 5:30 pm as there is limited parking at the day use area in the park.
This is a free event.
Cheer on the salmon returning home to spawn in Kanaka Creek. Engage with displays, games and fisheries experts from the Bell-Irving Hatchery and other community organizations.
Meet at fish fence on 240th St, north of Lougheed Hwy, Maple Ridge.
Presented by Metro Vancouver Parks and the Kanaka Education & Environmental Partnership Society.
The Hoy Creek Fish Hatchery celebrates the return of BC’s favourite fish with fishy activities including salmon viewing, children’s crafts and music. BMN will be at this annual celebration with our display and children’s puzzles along with many other volunteers and local stewardship groups. Dress for the weather.
The Hoy Creek Hatchery is a 7 min. walk from the Lafarge Lake-Douglas SkyTrain Station, and is located in Hoy Creek Linear Park, west of the City Centre Aquatic Complex ( Pinetree and Guildford Way). Free parking is available at Coquitlam City Hall, Pinetree Community Centre and Douglas College. Location via Google maps.
For more details, visit the Hoy-Scott Creek web site
This is the 19th year of celebrating of the returning salmon to Hyde Creek. BMN will be there with our displays and children’s puzzles at this very popular (indoor) event. Hosted by the Hyde Creek Watershed Society and held at the Hyde Creek Recreation Centre. This is the last local community event of the season and provides excellent views of spawning salmon in nearby Hyde Creek and it’s free!
For more info, click here.
Visit O.W.L. (Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society) on December 1st, from 10am-3pm.
O.W.L. is a non-profit organization located in Delta dedicated to public education and the rehabilitation and release of injured and orphaned raptors, such as hawks, eagles, and of course, owls.
Get your picture taken with Santa and his owl helper and take a tour around our Wildlife Museum and visit raptors up close. Enjoy hot beverages and treats and find amazing and unique Holiday gifts.
$10 per digital photo. Entry by donation. All proceeds go to the care of injured and orphaned raptors.
Wheelchair accessible. Sorry, No Pets allowed.