South of the Fraser

Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Langleys

A few salmon still in the Serpentine in December

This salmon was still feebly moving about

There were still a few salmon in the upper reaches of the Serpentine River in late December. I'm no expert but I think they're chum.

Only a few were visible, but the stream (it's barely more than a creek here) stunk as if there were hundreds. 

Two dead salmon and a plastic bag in the Serpentine River

The photo above shows the best grouping: one draped over a branch (top left), and one somehow fastened to the stream bed. To complete this bucolic scene, the remains of a plastic bag flutters from another branch.

Introduction

Info on South of the Fraser River: Surrey, Delta, White Rock, City of Langley, Township of Langley, Fort Langley. Maybe a bit of Abbotsford, just for fun.

This site is experimental. See About (top right) for more, or Blog for meta-information. The working goal is to create an almanac of items, tidbits of information and methods of gathering information.

Right now the site is biased to just south of the Fraser River, within the northern reaches of great City of Surrey, but there is some foraging further afield.

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