On March 4 in Fort St. John, join Dr. Mark Shrimpton, UNBC, for an evening presentation on fish habitat and migration patterns. This free event is presented by UNBC with funding from the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program.
Friday, March 4, 2016
10156 – 100th Avenue
Fort St. John
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