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Fraser river, BC, Canada Fog rolls cross the river

White Sturgeon, Fraser River area. The largest freshwater fish in North America. Can grow up to six meters in length, weigh over 600 kilograms, and live over 150 years.

"White Sturgeon, Fraser River area of British Columbia. This is the largest freshwater fish in North America. Can grow up to six meters in length, weigh over 600 kilograms, and live over 150 years." Catch and Release for a day of fun!

Fraser River sunset in British Columbia, Canada • photo: Scott Holmes on FineArtAmerica

Fraser River At Sunset Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Scott Holmes

Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

Double-crested Cormorant lands on Fraser River.  According to  Wikipedia , the word Cormorant has at least two origins.  The first is a contraction of the Latin corvus marinus or "sea raven."  The second comes from the Celtic name for the Cornish sea giant Cormoran.  The scientific name for Cormorant,   Phalacrocorax,   is latinised Ancient Greek for "bald raven."

May 2 Cormorant Lands on River

Double-crested Cormorant lands on Fraser River. According to Wikipedia , the word Cormorant has at least two origins. The first is a contraction of the Latin corvus marinus or "sea raven." The second comes from the Celtic name for the Cornish sea giant Cormoran. The scientific name for Cormorant, Phalacrocorax, is latinised Ancient Greek for "bald raven."

El esturión es un pez de la familia acipenséridos, una familia de peces actinopterigios del orden Acipenseriformes.

Fishing guides for Sturgeon and Salmon on the Fraser River - Steve Kaye Sport Fishing

sockeye-salmon. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=what-is-killing-off-fraser-river-sockeye-salmon

Pinner: " A great deal of my First Nations treaty research evolved around these sockeye salmon, and the right to fish them. They're true gold and once you've eaten a sockeye, other salmon species will always taste fake.

Seaspan Marine's tugboat "Seaspan Scout" enters the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

Feb 7 Seaspan Scout

Seaspan Marine's tugboat "Seaspan Scout" enters the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

Valley Towing's tugboat "SEA CAP VII" navigates the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

Feb 15 Sea Cap VII

Valley Towing's tugboat "SEA CAP VII" navigates the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

Vancouver International Airport sits on Sea Island, an island on the Fraser River in Richmond, British Columbia.  Discover its luxury lounges, modern spas and art museums, wine bars, gourmet restaurants and more in this Luxe Layovers Airport Guide YVR.

Luxe Layovers: YVR

Vancouver International Airport sits on Sea Island, an island on the Fraser River in Richmond, British Columbia. Discover its luxury lounges, modern spas and art museums, wine bars, gourmet restaurants and more in this Luxe Layovers Airport Guide YVR.

Quality Towing's tugboat "IRONHORSE" tows a log boom past Shoal Point on Annacis Island in the Fraser River. The derelict freighter "M.V. Sun Sea" is moored at the marine base in the background. Click image to enlarge.

Feb 1 Ironhorse

Quality Towing's tugboat "IRONHORSE" tows a log boom past Shoal Point on Annacis Island in the Fraser River. The derelict freighter "M.V. Sun Sea" is moored at the marine base in the background. Click image to enlarge.

Catherwood Towing's tugboat "SEA IMP X" navigates the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

Feb 26 Sea Imp X

Catherwood Towing's tugboat "SEA IMP X" navigates the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

Short sea shipping makes sense, but is limited in its application on the Fraser River currently....more marine shipping = less wear and tear on roads by trucks, less congestion = more road space, less maintenance.

Short sea shipping makes sense, but is limited in its application on the Fraser River currently.more marine shipping = less wear and tear on roads by trucks, less congestion = more road space, less maintenance.

Catherwood Towing's "Sea Imp IX" in the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

Jan 15 Sea Imp IX

Catherwood Towing's "Sea Imp IX" in the North Arm of the Fraser River. Click image to enlarge.

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