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Category Archives: Comox Valley
Gulls on the beach at Kye Bay – a lot of gulls… Related Posts:Birds at the beachPachena Bay – A seagullAir Force Beach – Sea gullsAir Force Beach – Sea gulls
Something a little bit different today – a bit of snow on the Beauforts. The snow is pretty and much needed to ensure that the Comox Valley and Cumberland water supply systems will have a good pack of snow for … Continue reading
Seagulls or Sea Gulls? What most people refer to as seagulls or sea gulls are actually birds in the scientifically classified family Laridae- the gull and tern” family with more than 35 species in it. Gulls at Point Holmes, but … Continue reading
A thermal inversion layer trapping smoke and fog over the Comox Valley Related Posts:A cold morning in CourtenayNanaimo – smoke over GabriolaMayne Island – a smoke filled dayMayne Island – a smoked filled Active Pass
An Ambulance heading up Ryan Road toward the Comox Valley Hospital Related Posts:Ryan Road – Comox ValleyC-GCHJ – Air AmbulanceC-GCHJC-GCHJ and C-GHHJ
A cold morning looking down Ryan Road into Courtenay and Cumberland. A bit of fog and wood smoke, but the view of the Comox Glacier is pretty good. Related Posts:Ryan Road – Comox ValleyMountain viewAn ambulanceComox Glacier
A snowy fall day in Strathcona as viewed from Raven Lodge Related Posts:Strathcona – Raven LodgeStrathcona ParkwayStrathcona – Out of boundsStrathcona – A coating of snow
My ski bin made a handy perch for a cheeky Whiskey Jack at Mount Washington Related Posts:Mount Washington – Whiskey JackWhiskey JackStrathcona – Whiskey JacksMount Washington – Whiskey Jacks
Whiskey Jacks, (Perisoreus canadensis), also known as the Gray Jay, Canada Jay, are rather bold little birds that have become habituated to humans offering them food, and they will land on your hand even if it is empty. Feeding Whiskey … Continue reading
Looking toward Strathcona Provincial Park from the base of ski operations at Mt Washington. A bit of snow helps to identify the areas that have been logged, and those that have yet to be logged. Related Posts:Strathcona ParkwayStrathcona ParkwayMt WashingtonStrathcona … Continue reading