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Capilano Salmon Hatchery

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The Capilano Salmon Hatchery is a fish farm that was established in 1971 to save the strongly declining salmon stocks in the Capilano River, which was then threatened by the construction of the Cleveland Dam. Today, the hatchery not only breeds Coho Salmon and Steelhead Trout, but has also introduced Chinook salmon into the system to provide for the ceremonial as well as food fishery of the Squamish First Nation. The facility is also open to the public and invites people to learn more about Canada’s most popular fish.

Visitors are guided around the hatchery largely via a self-guided tour and witness the fascinating and tragic life cycle of the salmon, beginning with their development from eggs to their release into the river in spring and their heroic efforts as adults to reach their spawning grounds upriver, after which they promptly die. Displays and exhibits explain the whole fascinating process as well as inform about the hatchery’s operations.

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Dagtrip naar Vancouver-noordkust: Capilano Suspension Bridge en Grouse Mountain

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Ervaar de prachtige omgeving van Vancouver tijdens deze 5 of 6,5 uur durende rondleiding langs de noordkust. Nadat u via de bezienswaardige Lions Gate Bridge ...  Meer info

  • Locatie: Vancouver, Canada
  • Duur: 6 uur 30 minuten
  • Taal: Engels
Van USD 123,50