Almost all of British Columbia's fish species are descended from ancestors that migrated here thousands of years ago, up ancient rivers that were created as the glaciers melted. BC still has mighty rivers like the Fraser, Skeena and Peace that are travelled by millions of fish each year. On our river field trips, we discovered how fish are competing for their place on waterways that are no longer wild.
Rivers were British Columbia's first superhighways, and both people and fish still use them to get from one place to another. They are like arteries that carry the lifeblood of the province.
Habitat Conservation Trust Fund. 1111. British Columbia Freshwater Fish Field Report: Rivers. Ministry of Environment
Topic: Fish and Fish Habitats
Keywords: fish, report, habitat
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