Marine Mammal Research Days - Subtidal Adventures

Wednesday March 23, 2022 : 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Subtidal Adventures Ucluelet

NOTE change of DAY due to weather.

Join Subtidal Adventures with a guest researcher for a fun-filled trip by zodiac boat in Barkley Sound. We will  introduce you to local marine mammals and involve you in identifying individual whales and their habits. Tour length 2.5 - 3 hours. Adult (19+) $129.00, Youth (13-18) $119.00, Child (4-12) $99.00. Advanced booking required for this very popular event. Contact Subtidal Adventures directly for reservations.

Kids/Family Fun
Ticket Requiring Admission
Wilderness & Wildlife Daytrips by Boat

PRAS - Art Splash

Wednesday March 23, 2022 : 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Black Rock Oceanfront Resort

Pacific Rim Arts Society will be putting on a display of art to view and available for purchase.  Artists will be visiting through the week.  Free to enter and there will be a free raffle as well.

Adult Activities
Arts & Culture
Wheelchair Accessible

Parks Canada Outreach - All about whales

Wednesday March 23, 2022 : 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Kwisitis visitor centre area - Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Join the Parks Canada Outreach team at the Kwisitis Visitor Centre to learn more about Southern Resident Killer Whales, Grey whales, and more.  

Note that there will be 30 - 45 minutes of special kids programming at 12:30 and 2:30.

Please also be aware that the Kwisitis visitor centre is currently closed so all activities will take place outside on the deck.

And, of course, you may be able to see whale spouts as they pass by these shores in their annual migration.  Bring your binoculars and grab a spot on the beach.  Then watch the show.

All About Whales
Interpretive Talks
Kids/Family Fun
Pet Friendly

It's Time to Listen with Megan and Janie

Wednesday March 23, 2022 : 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Clayoquot Sound Community Theatre - Tofino

There will be a short film and discussion from speakers Janie Wray (North Coast Cetacean Society) and Megan Hockin-Bennett (natural history camera operator).

The onset of COVID-19 created devastation worldwide. But for whale researchers like Janie Wray, who has been studying the unique calls of killer, humpback, and fin whales in British Columbia for more than 20 years, the pandemic presented a unique opportunity - a chance to hear how whales respond to a quieter underwater world.

This will be a whale festival button event and buttons will be available on site.

Megan will join us at the theatre in Tofino and Janie via zoom.  We encourage you to attend in person.  If you are not in the area, you can also join via zoom.

Adult Activities
All About Whales
Button Event
Film
Interpretive Talks
Wheelchair Accessible