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The Invisible Migration

May

16

Lake Babine Nation Fisheries invites you to join them in celebrating the migration of hundreds of millions of wild salmon smolts from Babine Lake to the Skeena Estuary.

Lake Babine Nation Fisheries invites you to join them in celebrating the migration of hundreds of millions of wild salmon smolts from Babine Lake to the Skeena Estuary on Tuesday May 16, 2017 at the Babine Fish Fence from 11:00am - 2:00pm. Salmon BBQ, fire-made bannock, brown bag lunch, educational booths and guided jetboat tours! There will be a ceremonial offering and Smolt Release with Lake Babine Drummers at 12:00 noon.

Everyone Welcome!

For more information visit skeenawatershed.com/migration.

Contact

Skeena Watershed
250 842 2494
info@skeenawatershed.com

Location

Babine Fish Fence

Driving Directions:
Turn onto Babine Lake Road from Highway 16, approximately 3km east of Smithers. Just past Doris Lake, turn left at 50.5kms onto Nalkitkwa Forest Services Road, then travel for 58kms. Turn right just before the bridge across Babine River. Watch for signs!

RSVP for our brown-bag lunch. Please contact Emily at lbnfisheries@gmail.com.

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2017 Skeena Sockeye Management Plan

In 2017, the total sockeye return to the entire Skeena River is expected to be 500,000. The average return is about 2 million. The predicted 2017 return would be about the same size as the return in 2013 that led to dramatic reductions in food fish harvest for LBN.

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UNBC / LBNT Events

September

15

Multiple events and downloadable posters to view such as when Lake Babine First Nation first approached the Northern BC Archives at UNBC in 2010 to assist in its archiving activities, learn more about UNBC's relationship with the Lake Babine First Nation which has been ongoing for twenty years, and more.

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