Down The Forest Path…

Go Somewhere You’ve Never Been Before 

OK, so we did…. The Bird Sanctuary on the Port Alberni Estuary

I didn’t get photo’s of birds, but I wish I recorded all of the singing. Totally Awesome!

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The Pipeline along the Estuary/Bird Sanctuary 

Flowers Along the Pipe Line

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Dogwood Tree, BC’s Provincial Tree
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Salmonberry Flowers
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Skunk Cabbage Flowering under the BoardWalk 
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Not sure what these are, some sort of berry flower??

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A field of Buttercups!

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More wildflowers growing by the car park

Stay Tuned For More “Wild” Photo’s” !

9 thoughts on “Down The Forest Path…

    1. Symplocarpus foetidus, commonly known as skunk cabbage or eastern skunk cabbage, is a low growing, foul-smelling plant that grows in wetlands of North America.
      Thankfully the wind was blowing the other way! lol..


    1. I would of loved too! We didn’t even get out to the estuary, the only birds that made an appearance were a pair of Huge Ravens and they made sure everyone within miles knew we were there! We shouldn’t of brought the dog! (he was bait for the bears if we ran into one)! lol.. 🙂

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  1. Beautiful pics as usual T! I love going to the bird sanctuary when we visit Port Aransas. I do need to step out every once in a while and go somewhere new. Just been too busy lately!

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