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Columbian white-tailed and black-tailed deer share the same habitat in some parts, however black-tailed deer, seen locally in Clayoquot Sound, occupy coastal woodlands in the Pacific Northwest and are a subspecies of the mule deer. Black-tailed deer do not move in large groups like some other deer, though can be seen together feeding around clearcuts and cleared areas, they will hang around others of the same sex!

Please see our upcoming tours below… 

TODAY – Friday, April 12th
9:00am Whale Watching: Space Available
9:30am Bear Watch: CONFIRMED – Space Available
12:00pm Hot Springs Cove Tour: Space Available
12:00pm Whale Watching: Space Available
3:00pm Whale Watching: Space Available

TOMORROW – Saturday, April 13th
10:00am Whale Watching: Space Available
10:30am Bear Watch: Space Available
1:00pm Hot Springs Cove Tour: Space Available
1:30pm Whale Watching: Space Available



(250) 725-9227
101 Fourth St, Tofino