Brant Wildlife Festival
Small numbers of Brant were reported from each count area. North: at Surfside Drive West, Little Qualicum Estuary, there were 56 Brant along the shore. Central: French Creek and Columbia… Read more
Planning the 2021 Brant Wildlife Festival was like entering uncharted territory. The public health restrictions meant that we could not have gatherings or our traditional events, but with determination and… Read more
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In Our Waters: Part II by Ross Peterson Forage fish are the foundation of our marine food web. With Pacific sand lance, surf smelt and Pacific herring, these little fish… Read more
In Our Waters – Part I by James Craig It’s early spring in 2021, and juvenile salmon and trout are stirring in hundreds of rivers and streams that flow into… Read more
18″ x 24″ pastel painting from life by artist Dan Gray during the Brant Wildlife Festival 2021
Tens of thousands of birds grace our local shores as they follow their age-old migration route, known as the Pacific Flyway. Birds migrate to survive. Billions of birds migrate vast… Read more
For the month of March twenty hand painted Brant Geese will be inhabiting shops in the Parksville and Qualicum Area. If you spot one – take a selfie with the… Read more
There is a lovely small sea goose that comes to our coastal area every spring, the Pacific Black Brant Goose. The “Brant” fly to the Parksville-Qualicum Beach area from Mexico… Read more
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