Do you know some of the local Grey Whales? Do you want to learn more about identifying them? Stay tuned for more information on this interesting walk that you can do at your own leisure. Please observe all COVID protocols and stay healthy!
Friday March 19, 2021
Friday Suggested Activity - Grey Whale ID Hunt
ON DEMAND - Storytelling with Roy Henry Vickers
Storytelling with Roy Henry Vickers is an elevating experience that transcends all cultural boundaries and brings a sense of peace and wonder to all who are fortunate enough to enjoy his many tales of life.
Roy has provided us with a video made specifically for the Whale Festival. He will walk through selected works, share stories of inspiration and give people a glimpse into the life lessons that he has learned and that his ancestors have passed on to him.
All who are lucky enough to take in this special video leave with a new found sense of appreciation for friends, family, nature, and all the little things that inspire us from day to day.
Stay tuned for a link to take you to this special video presentation.
Low Tide Wildlife Paddle - Paddle West
Experience the abundant wildlife of the spring migration. Witness as the seasons change from winter to spring on the coast. Exploring by kayak at low tide amongst the Islands and tidal flats of Tofino will allow you to view birds, marine mammals and intertidal life up close. Paddle quietly and enjoy the morning while one of our experienced Sea Kayak guides tells stories of what is happening all around you and under you. Small group sizes guaranteed. Additional times can be added upon request.
This is an event for everyone 5 and up. Rates are $75 per person plus GST.
booking office: (250)725-3232 / 877-479-3232
PLEASE NOTE: Event subject to change/cancellation in the event of changes to COVID guidelines.
Sea Change Panel - Ocean Threats & Successes
Please join the members of our Sea Change Panel (to be announced) and Mark Maftei from Raincoast Education Society as they discuss topics pertinent to our area.
Each panel member will have 5-10 minute window to explain:
- What they think the biggest threat facing our oceans is
- Share a conservation success story
- Areas of research overlooked along our coast.
They will then open the discussion for the public to ask questions. Stay tuned for a link to register for this important panel discussion.