Author Archives: Marie Fournier

BC killer whale ecotypes – by Tim Silva

My Dear Reader, It is a cold, rainy day here at Eagle Eye as I write to you. I do not mind the weather though, as the cause that I have pledged myself to, working with the Robson Bight Warden … Continue reading

Marbled Murrelets & The Robson Bight Ecological Reserve – By Sarein Basi-Primeau

                The Robson Bight Marine Warden Program has been up and running since the beginning of July and we have been keeping busy contacting mariners educating them about the Reserve boundaries, the Be … Continue reading

Our 2015 Season has just kicked off, almost without a hitch…

We have once again kicked off another season out here at Boat Bay and Eagle Eye, with some keen new crew as well as some seasoned staff with the Robson Bight Warden Program. Check out our staff bios to learn … Continue reading

Just another day at the office….by Suzanne Burns

Coffee, crepes and cetaceans are indeed a heady brew and this was our concoction for a wondrous day at Eagle Eye! Our warden, Albert decided we were due for some crepes for breakfast after our hike up to the cliff. … Continue reading

Robson Bight Camp Setup and Staff Training

Getting ready for the summer season is no easy task but with the helping hands of so many wonderful people in the North Island community we’ve had a very successful start up to the 2014 season out at Robson Bight! … Continue reading

Eavesdropping on whales – By Erica Forssman

Some mornings I wake up to the erratic splashes of Pacific white-sided dolphins — groups of ten, twenty, fifty, perhaps more, moving through the fog below the rocky cliff-side outside of my mesh tent door. Or a single calm breath … Continue reading