Facilitating the protection and restoration of species and ecosystems at risk on BC’s South Coast
The Burrard Inlet ecosystem is home to an abundance of fish, wildlife and human activity. The Burrard Inlet ecosystem is home to an abundance of fish, wildlife and Burrard inlet is a tidal salt-water body occupying 11,300 hectares in the heart of the Metro Vancouver Region. It comprises 190 kilometers of marine foreshore and a drainage basin of 98,000 ha. Fed by mountain streams and strong tidal currents, Burrard Inlet hosts numerous fish species including cutthroat trout, lingcod and English sole whilst providing essential nursery habitat for juvenile Pacific salmon.