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Tag Archives: British Columbia
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
Raucous seagulls at Point Holmes – these birds are hardly ever quiet, but when they have a reason to make some noise they sure do! Point Holmes is a beautiful section of coastline on Baynes Sound, which in turn is … Continue reading
An Ambulance heading up Ryan Road toward the Comox Valley Hospital
Clouds over the forebay area of BC Hydro’s Comox Lake impoundment dam
A quick look at the Timber West Ladysmith Dryland Sort
Another ship being loaded with BC logs that were cut and sorted on Vancouver Island. There’s more to this than just our raw softwood lumber being exported – there’s the men and women who boom and hook up the logs … Continue reading
I stopped at Point Holmes to sea what nature brought when the first storm of the season arrived on Vancouver Island. A spectacular day for wind surfers and photography…
Pacific Shadow at French Creek
Seiren at French Creek
Located off Highway 14 between Sooke and Jordan River, Muir Creek opens onto Orveas Bay on Juan de Fuca Strait. It’s a great place to watch birds and to search for fossils that are exposed at low tide.