This camera sits atop a rocky islet on the western edge of the Great Bear Rainforest. It is the site of a rookery for hundreds of Steller sea lions, whose antics are visible on camera year-round. It also draws in mammal-eating Bigg’s (transient) killer whales looking to feed on the sea lions and their young. In the summer, we find glaucous-winged gulls and oystercatchers making their nests and rearing their chicks. It is one of our most exposed cameras, providing an intimate look at the wild outer coast of the Great Bear.
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