QUALICUM BEACH DAY: Three-year-old Jordan Aebig

Hundreds enjoy activities at Qualicum Beach Day

One of the more popular activities was checking out sea creatures

QUALICUM BEACH DAY: Three-year-old Jordan Aebig, left, and eight-year-old Jeremiah Witte enjoyed checking out the sea critters at Qualicum Beach Day on Sunday. Fisheries biologist Dave Clough with Qualicum Streamkeepers brought a seine net to scoop up a variety of fish and crustaceans from the ocean. The activity attracted a large crowd of children and adults who got to observe the amazing animals in bins that were placed along the shoreline. See more photos from Beach Day at www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

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