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eco assets, estuaries, flood plains, green shores, Important Bird Area, intertidal areas, Kómoks Estuary, native plants, off-channel habitat, Puntledge River, restoration, riparian habitat, rivers/streams, seasons, tides, wetlands
Norma Morton Conservation Library
Glen Urquhart Creek flows into Dyke Slough on the north side of the K’ómoks Estuary. It supports salmonids at present, but available spawning and rearing habitat are very limited because it has been severely impacted by agricultural practices and upstream urban development.
Happy Technician Tuesday! While working around Glen Urquhart stream, our Technician team has experienced numerous encounters with fauna using the site. The presence of wildlife at Glen Urquhart further justifies the need to preserve and restore the area.
Happy Technician Tuesday! In June, our technician team planted a large number of Lyngbye’s Sedge and some Tufted Hair Grass to restore areas of Hollyhock Flats.