That time of year again. Achiever getting her annual spa treatment.
Osprey departs from its perch to search for food. While taking a break from the rolling seas aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever we watched this beautiful hawk soaring on steady wing beats searching the small bay for fish.
A grizzly bears strolls an estuary walled by granite cliffs down which countless waterfalls drop hundreds of feet, as if straight from the clouds. The jet black dorsal fins…
Circumnavigating one of the thousands of islands in the Great Bear Rainforest aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever humpback whales are already deep in the fjords. BC’s humpback populations are doing well, but are still susceptible to entanglements and vessel strikes
She made the cover! Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever on the cover of this months Pacific Yachting. She is not a haunted ship of the Graveyard of the Pacific but does continue to ply coastal waters for Raincoast’s continuous efforts in marine science and education. 📷 @jamenrhodesphotography
Biologist Misty MacDuffee of Raincoast Conservation on Achiever looking for marine mammals in the waters of the Great Bear Rainforest.