The Coastal Wolves of British Columbia

Along the coast of British Columbia, there are two unique wolf populations but the more interesting of the two is the coastal wolf. The coastal wolves are gray wolves that are found on mainland British Columbia and Vancouver Island and have been known to feed on fish...

From The Archives: Visiting Tide Pools.

This post is from May 2019 and now includes a few updates and new videos! One of my favorite activities as a child was going to visit and interact with tide pools on different beaches. I grew up just a mile away from Bellingham Bay, just a few miles away from Larrabee...

Ocean Acidification.

Climate change has affected so many different ecosystems around the world. Wildfires in California and Australia have been made so much worse because of drier conditions. Rising ocean temperatures are causing glaciers to melt and are cooking some salmon. The Great...

Sharks of the Pacific Northwest

I’m not going to lie: sharks kind of freak me out. At the very least, seeing the hit movie Jaws as a kid gave me a deep need to keep a large distance between me and these marine animals. Even so, there are so many types of sharks that live all around the world...

Plastic in Our Oceans

In mid-February this year, the Church of England made the news by recommending that their parishioners give up plastic for Lent. This religious season is one of the most important time for many of the world’s Christians and Catholics and many make sacrifices during...