Wildlife in BC, Canada Photography

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The wildlife in British Columbia, Canada is rich and diverse. The Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte islands) has may species that are not found elsewhere and so has been called the Galapagos of the north. The area is known for whale watching (fin, sperm, right, humpback and grey whales) as well as orcas. Birdlife is abundant and the intertidal life is plentiful. All of which make it a fascinating place to visit.

     
Intertidal life
     
Intertidal life
     
Bald eagle


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1. Deer feeding on seaweed. Deer feeding on seaweed in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120030)

2. Deer feeding on seaweed. Deer feeding on seaweed in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120032)

3. Seal on the rocks. Seal on the rocks in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120041)

4. Banana slug, Sgan Gwaii Sgaang Gwaai (Anthony Island). Banana slug in the forest at Sgaan Gwaii (Anthony Island) in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120152)

5. Black bear crossing river. Black bear crossing river in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120257)

6. Black bear crossing river. Black bear crossing river in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120260)

7. Black bear crossing river. Black bear crossing river in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120263)

8. Black bear crossing river. Black bear crossing river in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120265)

9. Black bear crossing river. Black bear crossing river in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120266)

10. Black bear crossing river. Black bear crossing river in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120267)

11. Sunflower starfish underside. Sunflower starfish underside at Ross island in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120283)

12. Sea Urchins and Starfish. Sea Urchins and starfish at Ross island in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120286)

13. Intertidal life. Intertidal life of Sea Urchins and starfish at Ross island in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120288)

14. Intertidal life. Intertidal life of Sea Urchins and starfish at Ross island in the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (Ref:ND0120289)

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

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

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

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

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

20. 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)

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

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

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

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