All along the logging roads in drier spots. Berries seem sweeter this year although more mealy than those I have found in the interior of the province.
Growing wild all over the rocky outcrops.
Marine sponge. Common in current-swept channels in British Columbia such as Discovery Passage and Sechelt Rapids. Usually lumpy in texture and orange in colour.
Red-legged frog (Rana aurora) found after an early fall rain in a wooded area just uphill from the Venture House at Channel Rock, Whaletown, BC.
Bald eagle at the Quinsam River near Campbell River, British Columbia, during the sockeye salmon spawning run. Photo taken November 22, 2009.
A familiar sight in BC, but a definite rarity in Ontario!
Bald eagle at Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre, Quadra Island, British Columbia.
Male sockeye salmon, dead at spawning grounds.
Another Pacific NW species I need a bit of help with. The ID the dive master gave me was Ringed Nudibranch but what I'm seeing when i search for that doesn't look much like this specimen.
I know its not a great pic but can anyone ID this rockfish? I'm looking at the NOAA guide and there look to be several possibilities.