Bald Eagles in a tree
Surrounded by water and blessed with short, mild winters, Greater Victoria is a birder's paradise. More than 380 species have been recorded in the region!
A visiting birder can reasonably expect to sight up to 150 species during a three-week stay. Many species make Greater Victoria their home for some part of the year, including bald eagles and the critically endangered North American sky lark. The best birding happens during the spring and fall migrations, but hundreds of species live in the region year-round, so any time's a good time for birding in Victoria.
Some top bird watching spots in and near Victoria include Blenkinsop Lake, Witty's Lagoon Regional Park, Swan Lake, Esquimalt Lagoon, East Sooke Regional Park, Goldstream Provincial Park, Island View Beach Regional Park, and Ogden Point/Dallas Road.
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1234 Wharf St
Victoria, British Columbia
Eagle Wing Whale Watching offers excellent value & guaranteed whale sightings. Canada's 1st Carbon Neutral & 1% for the planet, eco-friendly, marine adventure & killer (orca) whale watching company. During the tour, view a variety of diving & shore birds. Extras include on board washrooms, hydrophones & a perfect safety record. This locally owned & operated family business offers you a chance to bear witness to one of nature's most incredible & inspiring creatures, the Orca Whale, in the Salish Sea. A 'treasure chest' of diverse marine wildlife awaits you. Rated #1 whale watching tour since 2007 on TripAdvisor. Victoria's premiere choice for your west coast adventure!