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Helen On The Observing Platform Bench With AView Of Marina Boathouse Without A Roof Ferry Into Sointula Sandy Beach Tidepooling Totem In Front Of UMista Centre Nimpkish Burial Grounds Orca Breaching Composite Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Rhinoceros Aucklet
Rhinoceros Aucklet There are lots of birds identified as the "Northern Equivalent of Penguins". The body shape and coloration of these birds reminds me a lot of penguins. The horn on their beaks makes them easy to identify.
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Male And Female Swimming By Male And Female Swimming By
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Port McNeill And Area > Male And Female Swimming By

Orca Loop Upside Down Orca Loop Upside Down
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Port McNeill And Area > Orca Loop Upside Down

One Male Three Females One Male Three Females
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Port McNeill And Area > One Male Three Females

Orca Breaching Composite The whale doesn't need to get this far out of the water to breath - she (short dorsal fin) is looking at us.
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Helen Introduces Telegraph Cove Helen Introduces Telegraph Cove
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Port McNeill And Area > Helen Introduces Telegraph Cove

Boardwalk At Telegraph Cove Boardwalk At Telegraph Cove
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Port McNeill And Area > Boardwalk At Telegraph Cove

Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove
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Eagle In Front I really like this composition - I wish I had seen other combinations like this.
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > North Island > Eagle In Front

Nimpkish Burial Grounds

This is the Nimpkish Burial Grounds - east end looking west.  The closest  pole was build in th 1970's to honor Mungo Martin -
a chief in the Kwakiutl band and a great artist that carved many replicate poles that preserved native history and
helped revive the native culture after dark history of later 1800's, early 1900's.  The pole was carved by Henry Hunt and Tony Hunt -
and was the first pole raised in Alert Bay in 40 years.

-- from a book by Hilary Stewart called "Looking at Totem Poles"

John Harvey Photo > Mid Coast of BC on the Curve of Time > Port McNiell to Hanson Island via Alert Bay > Nimpkish Burial Grounds