Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Surfrider volunteers Takaya, front left, Isla, Ava, Turin and Riley with Jason, in the back, and Megan soak up sun rays and good vibes at Florencia Bay Beach on July 14. (Nora O’Malley / Westerly News)

Florencia beach clean near Tofino draws awesome crowd

Visitors from as far as Hawaii, Philippines, and Venezuela pitch in at Surfrider event.

 

CARE Network volunteers organized an emergency parvovirus vaccination clinic a couple weeks ago once an outbreak was discovered in Tla-o-qui-aht communities. (CARE Network Photo)

Dozens of local dogs vaccinated for parvovirus near Tofino

Parks Canada are monitoring local wolf population for change in activity patterns.

 

Parks Canada staffers Renee Wissink and Jessie Hannigan walk a section nearby the proposed Pacific Traverse Trail. The path will detour around this bog area and other sections flagged by experts as ecologically sensitive. (Nora O’Malley / Westerly News)

Park Reserve path between Tofino and Ucluelet forging forward

Tla-o-qui-aht calls for First Nations service fee.

 

Maureen and Don Morey of Courtenay B.C. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on the West Coast this week along with their two sons’ families, one from Vancouver and the other from Calgary, making 11 Moreys in all and the family was delighted to be brought up to speed on local ecology by Pacific Rim National Park Reserve staffer Ewen Brittain last week. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)

Canada 150 brings banner year to Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

“In response to this incredible year, we are very pleased to welcome visitors for an extended shoulder season.”

Maureen and Don Morey of Courtenay B.C. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on the West Coast this week along with their two sons’ families, one from Vancouver and the other from Calgary, making 11 Moreys in all and the family was delighted to be brought up to speed on local ecology by Pacific Rim National Park Reserve staffer Ewen Brittain last week. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)
Florencia Bay was closed to the public on Sunday while search teams tried to locate a wolf that had reportedly attacked a dog earlier in the day. The wolf was located and euthanized overnight. (Andrew Bailey - Photo)

Wolf killed in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve between Tofino and Ucluelet

A wolf was killed after attacking a dog on Sunday.

Florencia Bay was closed to the public on Sunday while search teams tried to locate a wolf that had reportedly attacked a dog earlier in the day. The wolf was located and euthanized overnight. (Andrew Bailey - Photo)
The Vancouver Aquarium’s AquaVan team helped young BioBlitz participants dissect sea life.

VIDEO: 24-hour BioBlitz kicks off at Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

“I’m excited about the biodiversity in this area that we’re going to get to discover.”

The Vancouver Aquarium’s AquaVan team helped young BioBlitz participants dissect sea life.