Tour guides Spencer and Alyssa. Photo Nechako White Sturgeon Recovery Initative

Visit the White Sturgeon Conservation Centre

Summer 2017 tour schedule

Summer 2017 tour schedule

Monday – Friday:

2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday

10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

and 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Please note:

From now until the end of June (tentatively) the inside of the Conservation Centre will be closed to the public for biosecurity purposes regarding the young sturgeon. During this time, tours will take place outside the hatchery and along the Nechako River.

Meet the tour guides (Spencer and Alyssa), by the benches at the main entrance of the Conservation Centre.

Due to the limited parking space at the Conservation Centre, please park at Riverside Park or the boat launch area and walk back to the Conservation Centre.

Those wishing to book a tour outside the public tour times should email alyssa.ball@gofishbc.com.

Funding for these tour guide/intern positions has been generously provided by Rio Tinto through their Donations and Sponsorships Program, which contributes to community-building initiatives in their host communities. Funding is dedicated for a program to increase opportunities for those interested in career paths in the fields of fisheries, fish culture or teaching for people in the communities of the Nechako Watershed.

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