Fish

Centennial Park (Stream) - 751 Centennial Park Road

Brook trout, part of the salmon family, will choose a perfect habitat like this stream to lay their eggs.  A female can lay thousands of eggs in the pools of the creek. Here the eggs will hatch and be protected from the predators in the big Current River.  Be a steward and help protect the brook trout in the George Creek by staying out of the water.

 

Clue: Cross the bridge at the entrance of the park and turn right towards the logging camp. Take 50 large steps (50m) and turn to your left. Look for the post near the stand of cedar trees.

 

Artwork By: Lea Hayes


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