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Bird Checklist: Shoreline Park British Columbia Wildlife Watch
1994
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Abstract: The Shoreline Park area lies-within the City of Port Moody at the head of Burrard Inlet. While only 40 hectares (125 acres) in size, this small area contains a remarkable variety of habitats with a long, diverse list of wildlife and plant species. The trail around the end of the Inlet from Rocky Point Park to Old Orchard Park is 3 km in length one way. In between, the trail passes through dense coniferous woods, open mixed and deciduous woodland, salmonberry and twinberry shrubs, and thickets of crabapples. The trail crosses two salmon-bearing streams. Many boardwalk and trail openings provide excellent views of the extensive tidal mudflats.
 
British Columbia Wildlife Watch. 1994. Bird Checklist: Shoreline Park. Ministry of Environment
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: shoreline park, port moody, migratory, bird
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