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Great blue herons, seen regularly in Clayoquot Sound, have a large wingspan and can fly up to 55 km/h (34mph). During flight, they often hold their necks in an “S” curve. Water and land are both necessary for the great blue heron. It hunts in both salt and freshwater but builds its nest in trees, bushes or on the ground.

Please see our upcoming tours below… 

TODAY – Wednesday, April 10th
8:00am Bear Watch: CONFIRMED – Space Available
10:30am Hot Springs Cove Tour: Space Available
10:30am Whale Watching: CONFIRMED – Space Available
2:00pm Whale Watching: Space Available
6:00pm Bear Watch: Space Available

TOMORROW – Thursday, April 11th
8:30am Bear Watch: CONFIRMED – Space Available
11:00am Hot Springs Cove Tour: Space Available
11:00am Whale Watching: Space Available
2:00pm Whale Watching: CONFIRMED – Space Available
5:00pm Whale Watching: Space Available



(250) 725-9227
101 Fourth St, Tofino