|Sunshine Coast Nature Viewing Region|
|Lower Sunshine Coast Area|
|Sechelt Marsh Sign: photo by Marcia Mason||Sechelt Marsh: photo by Marcia Mason|
|A small marsh at the head of Sechelt Inlet.|
|Geographical Description||Georgia Basin|
|Area/ Trail Length||1.6 ha.|
|Seasons to Visit||Year round.|
|Habitat||Brackish marsh on west side of road; intertidal mud flats on east side|
|Viewing Highlights||A good place for waterbirds, raptors and marsh birds.|
Intertidal marine life can be found on mud flats.
|Main Access||On Ebbtide Street west of Wharf Avenue, 0.7 km from intersection of Wharf Avenue and Sunshine Coast Highway (Dolphin Avenue) in centre of Sechelt. The marsh and mud flats can also be viewed from Wharf Avenue north of Osprey Street.|
The mud flats are accessed from East Porpoise Bay Road, east from Wharf Avenue.
|Cautions||Please respect all private land and property. Note that there is no public parking at Royal Reach Marina.|
Use caution on the mud flats and watch tides and currents.
|Jurisdiction||District of Sechelt, Nature Trust of BC|
|Regulations||No camping or fires|
|Facilities||Picnic tables. All services in Sechelt.|
|Other Recreational Activities||Mountain biking; cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter.|
|Links||Sunshine Coast Natural History Society|
|Sunshine Coast Conservation Association|
|District of Sechelt|
|Nature Trust of BC|
|BC Wildlife Watch|
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