Whirling Disease Hits Upper Bow River

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency confirmed cutwd1the presence of whirling disease in the Upper Bow River earlier this month. Precautionary measures are being put in place by the Alberta Environment & Parks. Go to the following link for details AEP Whirling
 Disease Infomation

All river users regardless of their recreational activity  need to be vigilant  with cleaning their equipment and clothing following an activity on the Bow River. This is especially important when moving from one rive230905_4631601223_5999_nr basin to another. Details can be found in the AEP press release.

 “Clean, Drain and Dry”  & “Don’t Let it Loose” 

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