The early mornings are some of the nicest times to be out on the water. It is often calm and the wildlife tends to be active. This is a view from out dock taken after an early coffee and breakfast
In the spring time before the berries begin to ripen and the salmon start to trickle in the bears feed on sedge grass and the available seafood at low tide. The intertidal areas of our rocky coastal beaches are rich in life. “Rock Rolling” is a favourite activity of both coastal Black and Grizzly Bears. Under these rocks there are often shore crab hiding which are a favourite of the bears.
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