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Category: Wildlife Viewing - Marine & Land  |  Location: Errington
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NIWRA 2018 Season
North Island Wildlife Recovery Association is a non-profit organization. All of their proceeds help them to care for ill, injured and orphaned wildlife and public education on wildlife & environmental issues. All events take place at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre. Watch their website and Facebook page for details about each event. Annual Eagle Release (Brant Wildlife Festival)

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Posted By: North Island Wildlife Recovery Association on Feb 27, 2018
Category: Wildlife Viewing - Marine & Land  |  Location: Errington
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North Island Wildlife Recovery Center
Throughout our adventures in the MABR we've had few wildlife sightings; with that in mind, Sarah, Ryan, and I visited the North Island Wildlife Recovery Center in Errington. The center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of wildlife on Vancouver Island and increasing public awareness of wildlife issues through education. A large part of the center's operations is focused o

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Posted By: Mike Anderson on Feb 15, 2016
Category: Wildlife Viewing - Marine & Land  |  Location: Errington
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Taryn Scammell Slug I have loved this Island since the first moment I set my eyes on the ocean when I was four years old. Something about living in a rainforest just leaves endless possibilities for discovery every day. Like this slug, who was just hanging out under a piece of wood I turned over!

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Posted By: Sharyn Sadauskas on Feb 19, 2014
Category: Wildlife Viewing - Marine & Land  |  Location: Errington
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As the landscape begins to green up, buds swell and lilies start to poke through the ground, the birds erupt into their heart warming spring songs. Pacific tree frogs, rough skinned newts and other amphibians are on the move towards water to start the cycle of new life. In the ocean, the increasing light sparks plankton growth which the massive herring spawn is timed to take advantage of.

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Posted By: Patrick Walshe on Mar 3, 2009
Category: Wildlife Viewing - Marine & Land  |  Location: Errington
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The huge Vancouver Island Roosevelt elk is unique to the island. In the spring, they are easy to spot in hay fields, clearings in the forest and along roadsides in some hot spots like Lake Cowichan, Errington, and a number of places north of Campbell River. Recently I spotted 10 elk, 1 bear and 6 deer all in one hay field in Errington. Binoculars and spotting scopes make the viewing spectacular.

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Posted By: Patrick Walshe on Apr 21, 2008
 
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