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Hatchery biologists expect 30,000 Chum to return this year, with the majority arriving in November.
Taylor attributes the lower than average numbers due to a lack of rain.
The centre is named after Freeman King, an early naturalist who probably reached more children than any other naturalist on Vancouver Island.
The centre is at the mouth of the river, overlooking the Goldstream estuary, nestled among giant black cottonwoods and red alder trees.
Volunteers would work three to four hour shifts once per week. Contact Adam or Carol at 478-9414 for more information. Water, Land and Air Protection Minister Bill Barisoff made the announcement Wednesday, part of 150,000 hectares in total added to the parks system province-wide.
_______________________________________________________________________________ Goldstream Park bigger and better By Mitch Wright News Gazette staff May 19, 2004 Goldstream Provincial Park is growing considerably, thanks to a land swap announced by the B. At Goldstream, a land swap with Western Forest Products puts 10 hectares at the base of Mount.
Watch for the up-coming Eagle Extravaganza Programs!
Salmon Running By Erin Kelley-Gedischk Goldstream News Gazette November 02, 2005 The lure of towering trees and a lush temperate rainforest isn't the only reason droves of tourists flock to Goldstream Provincial Park each fall.
For instance it seems that most of us no longer understand, or even know, what went on before the First World War, if we even know as far back as that awful event. Hugh Williams’ is a book that will go a long way to addressing this worrying problem.
A walk along the interpretive trail allows visitors to bear witness to the mystery of a salmon's life cycle.
Thousands of Chum, Coho and Chinook make the epic journey up Finlayson Arm, into Goldstream, to the place where they hatched four years earlier. Hundreds of eagles, perched on coniferous branches, come to Goldstream Park to stake out lunch.
"We are absolutely thrilled to have our programs back," said Taylor.
After the provincial government cut funding for educational programs at Goldstream Park's nature house several years ago, the number of participants in school programs dropped from approximately 300 classes a year to 100, Taylor said.