Vancouver Island Eco Tour Guide,dedicated,active steward, deeply committed to conserving biodiversity & cultural heritage
On Thurs.May 29 Wildflower Tour tourists from the UK had a nice sighting of Western Tanager feeding in an Arbutus
On our wildflower tour this morning with British tourists, we saw magnificent wildflowers and songbirds. ..
Join our Brantastic Observations Tour this Sunday Mar.16 $25 pp View Brant geese, other seabirds & wildlife.
We see Bald Eagles with an eaglet in the nest on our #Parksville & Qualicum Beach Treasure's Tours
Arbutus menziesii blooming in #Parksville & Qualicum Beach is Canada's only native broadleaved evergreen tree
Hermit Thrush in our #Parksville yard .Our mix of native trees and shrubs was likely the attraction.
saw our 1st Fawn Lily of the season on today's #Parksville & #Qualicum Beach Treasure's Tour
returned to #Parksville from #Brant #Wildlife #Festival Herring Spawn Tour with Neil Dawe & 12 #eco tourists.
#Parksville tour guide talks about the tree of life and explains how V.I. First Nations women collected the bark.
Snowdrops in #Parksville have been blooming for a few days now
Transported 28 children to Shelly Creek in #Parksville for Saturday's Junior Streamkeepers Activity Day
We have Fushia, Lavatera, Heather & Roses still in bloom in #Parksville, the banana belt of #Canada
Ring-Necked Pheasant spent the night on our #Parksville backyard fence
Female Ring- Necked Pheasant in our #Parksville backyard this afternoon
The autumn colours were gorgeous on Thursday’s #Parksville to #Ucluelet & #Tofino nature tour.
some winery's closed due to picking grapes so visited a few new ones on yesterday's Wine Lover's Tour.#Parksville
ppl from New York, Salmon Arm, Coldstream, #Parksville & Qualicum Beach enjoyed yesterdays wildlife experience.
our happy ecotour group from Canada, U.S.A and China enjoyed wildlife, scenery, big waves & good food #Parksville
hosted 4 lovely ladies from Courtnay on a wine tasting tour departing from #Parksville to Cowichan Valley
Rivers Day on Little Qualicum River forested floodplain East Vancouver Island’s tallest Sitka Spruce #Parksville
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