Inside Passage, North of Vancouver island Photography

Stock Stock Images By Jackie Bourn

The north of Vancouver island in British Columbia, Canada is a rugged and remote area. The town of Port Hardy is the starting point for the Inside Passage ferry. Near Port McNeill is an interesting native community (Alert Bay)which is the site of the U'mista Cultural centre. The area is also well known for the opportunities to see orcas and other interesting wildlife.

     
Inside Passage
     
Bald eagle


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1. Inside Passage. View from ferry going down the Inside Passage, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120318)

2. Totem pole in Port Hardy. Totem Pole in the town of Port Hardy, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120324)

3. Port McNeill harbour, Vancover Island. Port McNeill harbour, Vancover Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120327)

4. Port McNeill harbour, Vancover Island. Port McNeill harbour, Vancover Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120328)

5. Totem poles in Alert Bay. Totem poles at Umista Cultural centre, Alert Bay, near Vancover Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120333)

6. Totem poles in Alert Bay. Detail on Totem poles at Umista Cultural centre, Alert Bay, near Vancover Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND012033)

7. Bald eagle. Bald eagle, near Vancover Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120341a)

8. Two Bald eagles soaring overhead. Two Bald eagles soaring overhead, near Vancover Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120393)

9. Transient Orcas seen north of Vancouver Island. Transient Orcas seen north of Vancouver Island, , British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120354a)

10. Orcas seen from base camp site. Orcas seen from base camp site north of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120359a)

11. Orcas seen from base camp site. Orcas seen from base camp site north of Vancouver Island,British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120360a)

12. Mother Mink frozen in action while rushing to babies. Mother Mink frozen in action is he rushes to where her baby have hidden north of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120396)

13. Mother Mink swimming to babies. Mother Mink swimming to babies north of Vancouver Island,British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120403)

14. Resident Orcas seen north of Vancouver Island. Resident Orcas seen north of Vancouver Island north of Vancouver Island, , British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120440)

15. Seal-lions sunbaking. Seal-lions sunbaking north of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120459)

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