Join SYRCL River Science staff and the wonderful river guides at Environmental Traveling Companions for one day only – Saturday, November 2, 2013 on a float trip down the lower Yuba to see spawning salmon. This fun day on a raft includes learning about the Yuba River ecosystem, how mining has impacted the river, SYRCL’s work to protect salmon, and viewing one of SYRCL’s major restoration projects at Hammon Bar.
You might get the opportunity to witness exuberant salmon jumping 2 feet out of the water, showing off its beautiful silvery coloration while many more will dart around our rafts. Be amazed by the spectacular journey of endangered wild Chinook salmon as they make their way from the ocean to their ancestral spawning waters!
Register TODAY for you and your family on this adventure down the river to see spawning salmon as seats are limited. Get your hands wet while learning about the salmon life cycle, their ecology, and the impact humans have on these incredible fish.
THE SALMON TOUR IS FULL AS OF 10/14/13. If you would like to be on the wait list, please email Miriam@syrcl.org in case we have any cancellations.
Note: Minimum age of 8 to participate
SYRCL Members: $50
Once registered, please download the following documents to bring to the rafting day:
Click here for a map and directions to Parks Bar (Trip launching spot)
Click here for a health form (Please complete this form and bring to the trip leader)
Click here for a liability form (Please complete and bring to the trip leader)
Click here for the detailed itinerary of the day including the gear list
For More information: Contact Miriam Limov, River People Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 265-5961 ext. 201.