FODBS Meets on Thursday, July 30th, outdoors.

Owing to the corona virus pandemic the Friends of DeBoville Slough have not been able to hold an in-person
meeting since February 27.

We will hold an outdoor meeting on Thursday July 30 at 7:00 PM in Aggie Park, Port Coquitlam. Aggie Park is
east of Shaughnessy St and north of Lougheed Highway. Parking is available on Flint St and Coquitlam Ave.
Please bring your lawn chair and enjoy a socially distanced gathering. Everybody welcome.

We will discuss the current situation, talk about cancellation of the knotweed cutting dates and about our AGM.

Stay safe and stay healthy.

2 Black bears up in a tree!

We were out for a walk at DeBoville Slough when what did we see? Not one but two bears up in a tree! #deboville#debovilleslough #bear #blackbear They were feeding on what looked like Black Hawthorne berries. This was the hi-lite of our walk. It was a hot and sunny October day with the …


The Friends of DeBoville Slough will hold their Annual General Meeting, via ZOOM online, on Thursday, September 24th @ 7:00 PM. At this time The Friends of DeBoville Slough will also hold their elections for the Executive. The positions to be elected are President, Vice President, Treasurer and Recording Secretary. …

Critical Nesting Habitat

Many birds nest at DeBoville Slough which has much Critical Nesting Habitat. Dogs going down to the slough or through the tall grass can disturb these birds. The City of Coquitlam has been proactive by putting up temporary signage during nesting season. Thanks to the City of Coquitlam. Please report …

Storm Drain Marking

The Friends of DeBoville Slough have started a storm drain marking program. This is important as any thing spilled into a storm drain, accidentally or otherwise, flows directly to our streams and rivers. We don’t want any oil, paint, detergent, hot tub water, pool water, cigaret butts, dog feces etc. …