Who We Are

Together with citizen scientists, Wild Salmon Count conducts annual salmon counts. We share our findings with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, First Nations, universities and other organizations that are working to understand and protect BC’s wild salmon.

In August and September 2018, we counted salmon in streams on BC’s Central Coast (near Cape Caution and Westcott Point). We’ll be sharing the results of the count soon.

Get Involved

Wild salmon in BC face a number of threats throughout their lifecycle. From destruction of upstream habitat, to reduced food supply, to warming waters due to climate change, many factors impact BC’s wild salmon populations.

Do your part.

By getting involved and supporting Wild Salmon Count, you can help us better understand BC’s wild salmon population and what we need to do to protect it.