A photo impression of Vancouver Island’s wildlife

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Vancouver Island in Canada is probably the world’s most famous and popular place to watch orcas in their natural habitat. Since I was young, this location was on the top of my list of places that I wanted to visit. The high chance to encounter orcas in the waters around the island was off course the main reason for that. In 2014, I visited Vancouver Island for the second time. It was a great trip! I did see the Southern and Northern Resident orcas. And also a lot of other wildlife. The above slide-show gives an impression of my trip.

If you like to see more photos, check out the album on Flickr.

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