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Camp River (Slough) Wildlife Area 

Cairn

 History

More History

CRWA, a  broccoli field when donated in 1994, is a 8.8 hectare site with mixed forest, field, river and winter pond habitats.  It is owned by the Nature Trust of BC, leased to the BC Ministry of Environment and stewarded by CFN. 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:

CFN acknowledges financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia. The $1,,200 

grant was used for restoration 

work at the Camp River Wildlife 

Area during 2014.

 

 
 

Coffee Cutters

Join Our Work Party the 1st Saturday of each Month @ 9 to 10 a.m. (1st Wednesday @ 6:30 PM in summer) Dress for the weather. Wear long pants & sturdy footwear. 

Meet at the cairn near the intersection of Camp and Hope River Roads

Coffee at Tim Horton's or Minter's afterwards

Pathway

Slough

Pond

Planting 2012

 

Aerial view Camp Slough Wildlife Area

 

Map of Camp Slough Wildlife Area

PROJECTS

  On April 6, 2013 three bat Nursery Boxes were installed at the CRWA.  This was a joint project with the Eastern Fraser Valley Young 

Naturalists Club.  Poles were donated by BC Hydro and installed

 by Metro Power and Steve's towing of Yarrow at no cost.  A big thank you to all the volunteer labour, the children and families of EFVYNC and to coordinator Cynthia Berg and bat box engineer, David Lush. 

September 7,2016
Barn Owl Box Installation

A joint EFVNK, NTNTBC and CFN Project