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101 - Orcas of Vancouver Island (Print with color photos)
Photograph America Newsletter on Orcas of Vancouver Island
 
One of the best places to see and photograph orcas in North America is located in the narrow strait between the north end of Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia. The Johnstone Strait is ideal for whale watching and orca photography. I traveled north through some of the most spectacular landscapes in the Pacific Northwest to photograph these magnificent creatures of the sea. This newsletter contains details on four whale-watching cruises on both sail and powerboats, with pilots and naturalists who know where to find the orcas, whales, sea lions, otters, and bald eagles. Included is contact information for orca-watching tours, some side trips, and lots of photo tips for shooting from moving watercraft.
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
One of the best places to see and photograph orcas in North America is located in the narrow strait between Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia. This newsletter includes contact information for orca-watching tours, some side trips, and lots of photo tips for shooting from moving watercraft.
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Locations
  • Blackfish Sound
  • Campbell River
  • Johnstone Strait
  • Malcolm Island
  • Nanaimo
  • Port Hardy
  • Port McNeill
  • Pulteney Point
  • Queen Charlotte Strait
  • Robson Bight
  • Robson Bight Ecological Reserve
  • Stubbs Island
  • Telegraph Cove