In the remote territories of the North Amerindian First Nations lives an extraordinary wolf… The ghost of the beaches of the Pacific coasts.
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COASTAL WOLVES STAY
See you in British Columbia, nation of Canada. We will meet in Campbell-River for an extraordinary exploratory and photographic adventure. Our objective will be to capture an amazing Wolf, living in a particular biotope, between the forests and the North Pacific coasts. Sub-species of the gray wolf (Canis lupus) it has the particularity of feeding on what the ocean offers to it at 90%. Clams, herring, egg, salmon, whale or seal carcass…
For this we will go to very remote areas accessible either by Seaplane or by means of a boat. We will set up a bivouac in these areas to be closer to the wolves. We will therefore take advantage of the best moments, for the most beautiful morning and evening lights. Sometimes we will observe them from the sea, other times directly from the beaches. We will benefit from the expertise of our local guide, who, accustomed to photographers and film crews, will do his best to provide us with the best experience. The richness of the environment will provide us with wonderful photographic moments, the wildlife is rich there! We could thus meet sea otters, seals, bears, eagles…
Meet at the Comfort Inn Hotel in Campbell River – Night at the hotel.
Departure at 7 am from the hotel, towards the seaplane or boat boarding. Lunch – Setting up our camp – Photo session in the best lights of the afternoon. Diner – night in tent
We will evolve according to the tides, and the best lights either from the beaches or from our boat to approach the Wolves, our sessions will be punctuated by a lunch break. Diner at the bivouac – night in tent
Dismantling of the camp – lunch – We will take the way back to Campbell River – We plan one more day in case the weather conditions are too bad. Diner – Night to the Hotel
Hotel breakfast – Transfer to Campbell River aerodrome for return international flight.
This course is offered in partnership with Seaforth Expeditions