Salmon fry release at Watershed Park on Sunday

Learn more about the environment and release a bucket or two of baby salmon into a local creek, all while enjoying some fresh air.

Releasing salmon fry in North Delta's Watershed Park

DELTA — The 14th annual Watershed Park salmon fry release in North Delta will be held this coming Sunday afternoon, April 17.

It’s a fun family-oriented time where you can learn more about the environment and release a bucket or two of baby salmon into a local creek, all while enjoying some fresh air.

The event runs from noon until 2 p.m.

You can enter the park at 11600 Kittson Parkway, off Pinewood Drive or Highway 10 and then simply follow the fish signs that will lead you to the old pumphouse site.

Organizers advise participants to wear sturdy footwear and to bring a mug for hot chocolate.

For more information, check out Delta.ca

tom.zytaruk@thenownewspaper.com

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