“Georgia Strait is among the most biologically productive marine ecosystems in the world, providing critical habitat for a huge diversity of fish, marine mammals, invertebrates, shorebirds and marine plants – and it needs our protection.”
Sadly we did not see any sights of marine mammals but we know they are there.
|Admiral of the Fleet|
|Ferry crossing to Denman Island|
|Beachside Oyster Bay|
|Oyster Bay Shoreline Park View|
|Logging dock remnants at Oyster Bay|
|A vocal bald headed eagle|
|Elk Falls Suspension Bridge|
|Sunset in Campbell River, BC|
We were parked in the Thunderbird RV Park on what is called the Tyee Spit and joined friends who graciously toured us around Campbell River to see the sights and enjoy our visit. We saw small float planes coming and going from a nearby base and enjoyed evening walks around the Spit which included seeing this evening sunset.