Western Screech Owl peeking out. The Western Screech Owl is endangered in Canada. I was very lucky to see this tiny owl.
Summer is an excellent time to see whales around the coast. But often spotting them in the vast ocean can be like finding a needle in a haystack!
A top tip for spotting 🐳 is to watch for their blows! A humpback whale blow (pictured here) can go 3 metres into the air, & on a calm day you can see them from really far away! They look like puffs of smoke on the horizon!
Did you know that scientists 👩🔬 have been collecting samples of humpback whale (& other species) blows?! They offer a fascinating insight into the health of the individual! Originally they collected these samples using a long stick & petri dish, but now they fly drones through the blow!! How cool is that?!
The only good thing about spending all your time looking for your ball is running into the unexpecting locals!
Follow the yellow brick road......
Follow the yellow brick road🎼......
Because there’s a long sandy beach at the end of it my love!
My official office. You guys, all I ever wanted, to accompany rocking this biz was an office. Now I have this. Jimmy rigged, half random shelf stand, photos taped all over the wall, really unrealistic office chair, and a framed magazine from BC that was the best moving gift ever. So now that I have this space, I work from my laptop on the couch, or in bed, outside...pretty much anywhere but here. 😂 anyone else do things like this?
This girl is learning all the fishing tricks of the trade! She’ll be ready to reel in that first fish real soon! #autumnexplorations
Beauty evening last night on Dutch Lake before the rain started pouring again #HelloBC
PNW vibes by the lake. 🌲🇨🇦
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📸 Shot by: @coltonjkropp
📍Chadsey Lake, British Columbia