Shoreline RestorationEvent Card
Search your deck, your opponent’s deck, and/or either discard pile for a producer (level 1) card and put it into play. Reshuffle the deck(s).
Pacific LugwormAbarenicola pacifica
Play: Abarenicola pacifica has a MOVE of 1.
Lugworms feed on detritus at the bottom of the river.
Buzzer MidgeChironomus plumosus
Adult midges don’t feed. Midge larvae feed on suspended organic matter in water and mud.
Play: C. plumosus has a MOVE of 1.
Play: Leptocottus armatus has a MOVE of 2.
Every spring it is celebrated in the Bullhead Derby at Gary Point Park.
Musqueam FisheriesEvent Card
Musqueam fisheries officers patrol the waters in their traditional territory, protecting against overfishing.
Play: If played IMMEDIATELY, this card counters the effect of OVERFISHING.
Poor government regulation leads to overfishing. Roll a die. Remove the corresponding number of fish species from the game IMMEDIATELY.
Pink SalmonOncorhynchus gorbuscha
Oncorhynchus gorbuscha feed in the estuary as juveniles and on their way back up the river to spawn.
Play: Oncorhynchus gorbuscha has a MOVE of 2.
Brown BullheadAmeiurus nebulosus
A. nebulosus is an invasive species. It impacts native species through predation and competition.
Play: A. nebulosus MUST be played on top of a native fish species.
River OtterLontra Canadensis
Play: Lontra Canadensis has a MOVE of 2.