Altogether, Ursula, Terry, Eric Sargent and Bert Port created two 120cm (4ft) and forty-two 60cm (2ft) signs.
Kokanee Creek Spawning Channel – Directional Signs
In the spring of 2016, Terry Lowrey suggested that instead of using temporary signs to direct visitors to the spawning channels during the annual spawning run of the Kokanee salmon, permanent signs might be made of scrap plywood. Terry and Ursula volunteered to organize the gathering, cutting and painting of the signs. here.Ursula designed male and female Kokanee to reflect the differences in shape between the two. The males develop the distinctive hump and hooked jaw and both fish change colour. For more information on the Kokanee, click