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Triangle Island trip report

Posted by Liron on Sunday, May 11, 2014
On April 25 2014, a group of 34 birders gathered in Port McNeill and Port Hardy, BC, to attempt to make it out to Triangle Island, one of Canada's most important seabird breeding grounds. The island is located off the tip of Vancouver Island, and his a home to breeding Tufted Puffin, Common Murre, Cassin's Auklet (over half of the world's population!), Rhinoceros Auklet, Pigeon Guillemot, BC's only Horned Puffin, Pelagic Cormorant, Leach's and Fork-tailed Storm-Petrels, and more. The boat we were on was the Naiad Explorer, a fast 55 foot boat owned by Mackay Whale Watching, which is based in Port McNeill.

To read the trip report, go to this link.





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