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Pacific Rim NPR 16h
August’s creature of the month is the cougar! some cougars can travel over 50 km a day? If you see a cougar, act big, make noise, and don’t run.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 22
High Wave Hazard Advisory: Use extreme caution on beaches, shorelines and coastal waters in and around from August 21 to 25, 2019.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 20
“My favourite thing about working for Parks Canada, is working with a diverse group, particularly within the new project.” – Todd, Wild About Wolves Project Manager
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 19
BEAR IN AREA WARNING for Cape Beale
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 19
that there is a word for the smell of rain? The word “petrichor” refers to the distinct smell that hangs in the air after a rain. Better add this one to your vocabulary before taking a trip to !
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 18
The large-headed sedge (Carex macrocephala) likes to grow in straight lines behind one another, due to their rhizome system underneath the sand.
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Parks Canada Aug 16
How fun!! 🤗 Our 2018 winners made it to where they enjoyed miles of sandy beaches and embarked on a great in the !🏖🚣 What other activities await them? Follow us and see.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 16
What is the best time to visit Long Beach? What about visiting Long Beach in our shoulder seasons – September and October? These two months still offer many activities without the large crowds.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 15
Grice Bay offers a unique opportunity to view the mudflats of during low tide! These mudflats are home to unique species. The mudflats also provide an excellent feeding ground for an abundance of larger predators .
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 15
Replying to @Spi2ll2ios
You are correct!
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 14
Calling all kids! The Xplorers Program is waiting for you: go on hikes, play nature games and complete quizzes to finish the Xplorers booklet and get a special souvenir.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 13
What is the name of this seaweed found washed ashore on the beaches of ? Reply with your answer! Photo: I. Cruickshank | Parks Canada
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 12
“Grice Bay is such a cool place because it looks so different throughout the day, like at low tide versus high tide. And, you never see too many people there!” – Jaime, Visitor Experience Student
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 11
The beach carrot (Glehnia littoralis) has a large taproot and is part of apiaceae family. The seeds of the beach carrot produces a pleasantly aromatic smell of freshly-picked carrots, especially when they are crushed.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 10
A tip from our visitor safety technicians: Many accidents and injuries occur when hikers are rushing, not paying attention to terrain, or are tired. Information:
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 9
BEAR IN AREA WARNING for Green Point Campground and Beach
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 9
Cougars (creature of the month) are not often spotted in ; however, they may be nearby. If you see a cougar, act big, make noise, and don’t run.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 8
The Kwisitis Visitor Centre is at the south end of Wickaninnish Beach. Kwisitis means “other end of the beach” in the Nuu-chah-nulth language.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 6
Rip currents are strong currents that can start near the shore and rush out to sea. near the water to avoid rip currents and always be around the ocean.
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Pacific Rim NPR Aug 6
Replying to @shacksontheroad
Hi there, fires are allowed (when no ban is in place) at Green Point Campground fire pits, below the high tide mark along the and in the , and below the high tide mark on Florencia, Wickaninnish & Schooner Cove Beaches. Thanks for the info!
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