Seriously: Is there anything more British Columbian than a video of salmon spawning in local waters? We don't think so.
On Nov. 3, Nature City posted a YouTube video, shot by Sarah Primeau, of Chum salmon spawning in Vancouver's Still Creek. As written in the video's description, this is the second year these fish have spawned in Still Creek after an 80 year absence.
According to Vancouver Is Awesome, the video was taken at Cornett and Natal, near the Canadian Tire. The publication reports salmon have returned to Still Creek thanks to various restoration efforts.
Nature City urges interested salmon watchers to tread lightly in the area to help ensure that fish continue to return for years to come.
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