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    Where to See Whales in Coastal BC

    April 20th, 2024

    British Columbia, Canada is an incredible destination for viewing wildlife—so much so that travellers specifically come to Coastal BC to experience these astonishing sightings first hand. This area is world renowned for viewing all kinds of wildlife, including whales. To help you get the most out of your trip to Coastal BC, here’s a guide to the most frequently asked…

    Steller Sea Lions in BC

    March 20th, 2023

    Colony of Steller Sea Lions on Rock with Forested Background

      Often seen lounging around on rocky islands in coastal BC, Steller sea lions have earned a reputation for being lazy. Sure, they relish relaxation and sunshine — but they are also incredibly adept at swimming and hunting. Steller sea lions are the world’s largest species of sea lions and one of the ocean’s top predators, pursued only by killer…

    Bald Eagles in BC

    March 5th, 2023

    Bald Eagle with Fish in Talons Flying Low Over Dark Waters

      Scan the tops of the tallest trees near aquatic habitats in coastal BC and you’re bound to spot a bald eagle or two. First things first; despite their name, bald eagles aren’t actually bald. The name derives from an old latin name meaning “white-headed sea eagle”. Bald eagles are one of the largest and most powerful birds in North…

    Dall’s Porpoises in BC

    February 5th, 2023

    Aerial Shot of a Dall's Porpoise in BC Beneath Blue Water

      British Columbia’s marine environment is buzzing with life. While some creatures meander in the deepness of the sea, others prefer hanging closer to the coastline. The Dall’s porpoise dabbles in a bit of both, with their swift swimming skills propelling them great distances with ease. It’s common to see Dall’s porpoises in coastal BC as they live year round…

    Moon Jellyfish in BC

    January 5th, 2023

    Grouping of Glowing Moon Jellyfish Pulsating Underwater

      Imagine — more than 500 million years ago, before dinosaurs roamed the land, earth’s oceans were already abundant with peacefully pulsating jellyfish. In coastal British Columbia, one of the most common types of jellies are moon jellyfish, scientifically known as Aurelia aurita. We often see them swimming just beneath the surface of the sea while kayaking in shallow waters…

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