Welcome!Try our SPECIES ID field guides for• Freshwater Fish •• Amphibians •• Aquatic Invertebrates •of the Fraser ValleyGallerycDSC_5097cDSC_5095cDSC_5100cDSC_5107cDSC_5119cDSC_5126Photo 2019-11-06 1.15.13 PMWater BoatmanBackswimmerPredaceous Diving BeetleBackswimmerBackswimmerBackswimmerUBC students seining in Fraser River at SkawahlookDr Rick Taylor pulls a seine in Fraser River at SkawahlookCrawling Water BeetleSkimmer Dragonfly LarvaSkimmer Dragonfly LarvaAlderfly LarvaAlderfly Larva← Older photosFacebook FeedComments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction iconsPearson Ecological 6 days agoOne might doubt that this brightly coloured Stonefly Larva could be well camouflaged - until searching for it among grains of river sand with a microscope...Bug counting to assess habitat and water quality in upper Pitt River habitat restoration projects for Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance. ... See MoreSee Less+1View on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 10Shares: 2Comments: 0Comment on FacebookPearson Ecological updated their cover photo. 6 days agoBeaver pond at Chawathil. ... See MoreSee LessView on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 10Shares: 1Comments: 0Comment on FacebookPearson Ecological 6 days agoFish surveys at Chawathil this week. Caught Coho, Cutthroat, Salish suckers, and a lot of November sunshine 🙂Especially exciting were the 2 Coho Jacks we found - the first salmon spawners seen in the Chawathil Sloughs in decades! There were doubts the run still existed.Thanks to a fine field crew: Art Charlie, Rory Peters, Jeanne Hughes and Uwe Spremberg. Also thanks to Norm Florence, Amy Hendrickson and Bill Davis for support and coordination.Funded by a federal grant to Chawathil First Nation from the Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk. ... See MoreSee Less+8View on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 32Shares: 9Comments: 0Comment on FacebookLoad moreCalendar There are no upcoming events.