The salmon have returned! On October 27th, chum salmon were spotted by the bridge at the Opus warehouse on Cornett Road and by the Vancouver Film Studios down the street. Thank you to all the individuals and groups who have worked over the years to make this the 5th year the salmon have come back to spawn in the Vancouver portion of Still Creek!
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Return of the Salmon
Once frequent visitors to Still Creek, salmon have not been seen in Still Creek in recent years until 2012, where for the first time in 80 years, the chum have made it back to spawn. Since then, the salmon have been faithfully returning to spawn each year. The return of the salmon is a testament to the collaborative efforts of municipal governments, community organizations, and dedicated individuals who have worked to vastly improve the conditions of Still Creek over the years.
Every year now, we, along with other salmon enthusiasts, await the return of the salmon to the Renfrew-Collingwood bit of Still Creek at the end of October. The ideal viewing spot is the small wooden bridge by the Opus warehouse between Vancouver Film Studios and the back of Canadian Tire on Bentall Street.
Still Creek Salmon in the Media
- Salmon make a miraculous reappearance in East Vancouver
- Renfrew-Collingwood: Spreading the love for Renfrew Ravine
- Salmon return to spawn in East Vancouver creek for second year
- Chum salmon returning to Still Creek, other urban areas, to spawn