Photo Credit: Larry Reid

Our favourite films and videos about Salmon

Life Beneath the Surface

“The SCCA Marine Committee is proud to present the “Life Beneath the Surface” with support from the District of Sechelt. This video is designed to highlight and celebrate the incredible diversity of marine life found in our own “backyard” on the Sunshine Coast. This underwater tour is filmed in ?alhtulich (Sechelt Inlet) and the Salish Sea, which is within the traditional and unceded territory of the shishalh Nation. Video production by Geoff Grognet of Aquatic HD Productions. Check out his other underwater content here:

Forest Practices & Fish Habitat Webinar 

Watch the recording of our Forest Practices & Fish Habitat #webinar from Feb. 23 on #YouTube at ! BC Wildlife Federation

BC Westcoast Herring Run 2018

Please watch this amazing videography of Bob Turner, he has captured and shared with us the spectacular wildlife event of annual herring spawn for many years now.

The Last Days by Larry Reid

Scenes of the 2014 pink salmon run at Roberts Creek, B.C.

Chaster Creek Coho Fry

A brief clip showing coho and cutthroat fry in Chaster Creek. The first part shows clips taken in several pools on a single day in 2015. The latter part shows some of the very few fry we saw this fall (2019) during salmon spawner counts.

‘Rain Gardens & Salmon’

Presentation by Deb Jones, Cougar Creek Streamkeepers, Delta BC. July 6, 2022 Davis Bay Hall, Sechelt BC

The quality of water is paramount to their survival. Incorporating water conservation methods is more important than ever due to the longer, drier summers we are experiencing here on the Sunshine Coast, BC. Rain Gardens are a way to preserve water and also filter out toxic chemicals that bring harm not only salmon, but the whole ecosystems of creeks, lakes and the ocean. The presenter answered the following questions: What’s is a rain garden? How can installing a rain gardens help storm water drainage? Where does all the “stormwater runoff” from roads and parking lots (impervious surfaces) go? How does a rain garden help salmon? This event was made possible from a grant from Neighbourhood Small Grants.

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