Tynehead Regional Park is possessed and kept up by Metro Vancouver. The park is 260 hectares of glade and timberland on the banks of the Serpentine River headwaters in Guildford. This park has a ton of untamed life, and is a living space for owls, birds of prey and coyotes. The headwaters of the Serpentine River are producing and raising natural surroundings for trout and salmon.
The different trails and survey stages inside the park offer incredible review for bringing forth salmon in October through December. Visit the Tynehead Hatchery, worked by the Serpentine Enhancement Society, and find out about the salmon of the Serpentine River and their endeavors upgrade the nature of the stream.
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