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green spacer Alberthead Lagoon in Metchosin, B.C.
Bear Cove in Port Hardy, B.C.
Bob's Spot in the Plumper Island Group, B.C.
Braemar Ave in North Saanich, B.C.
Breakwater Island near Gabriola Pass, B.C.
Browning Passage near Port Hardy, B.C.
Browning Wall near Port Hardy, B.C.
China Creek near Port Alberni, B.C.
Clover Point in Victoria, B.C.
Copper Cliffs near Campbell River, B.C.
Daphne Islet near Brentwood Bay
Deep Cove near Sidney, B.C.
Discovery Island near Victoria, B.C.
Dolphin Beach near Nanoose Bay, B.C.
Elliot's Beach Park in Ladysmith, B.C.
Five Fathom near Port Hardy, B.C.
Forest Island (north end) near Sidney, B.C.
GB Church [ship to reef] near Sidney, B.C.
Gowland Point on South Pender Island, B.C.
Henderson Point near Sidney, B.C.
Madrona Point in Nanaimo, B.C.
Maple Bay near Duncan, B.C.
McKenzie Bight near Victoria, B.C.
McNeill Point aka Kitty Islet in Victoria, B.C.
Neck Point in Nanaimo, B.C.
Northeast Pearse Wall, Telegraph Cove, B.C.
Ogden Point in Victoria, B.C.
Porteau Cove Marine Park, B.C.
Port McNeil, B.C.
Rocky Point in Nanaimo, B.C.
Row & Be Damned near Campbell River, B.C.
Saltery Bay near Powell River,B.C.
Saxe Point in Esquimalt, B.C.
Sidney, B.C.
Ten Mile Point in Victoria, B.C.
Wall Beach near Nanoose Bay, B.C.
Whytecliff Park near Vancouver, B.C.
Willis Point near Sidney, B.C.

International
Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii, USA
Kaui - an Island of Hawaii, USA

Aquatic but Non-Marine Life
Vancouver Island, B.C.
Scuba Diving Pictures from Kaui an island of Hawaii. U.S.A.
These are medium quality jpegs. But I have the RAW images as well.
Email tjfidler@telus.net
Directions to the Dive Site are located at the bottom of the page.
Number of dives I've done at this scuba diving site: 3
Additional notes: Lifeforms I saw here that I did not get a picture of or the quality was too poor:
Type of dive: shore dive / boat dive

Rating for this dive site:
Parking:
Bathroom/Washroom/Toilet:
Boat ramp:
Ease of entry:  [Wheel chair access: No]
Abundance of life:
Accommodations:
Attractions:
Bottom and depth:
Facilities:
Hazards/Obstacles:
Sensitivity to tide/current:
Terrain: rocky, sandy, solid rock, both, all
Tides, transportation and weather: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Tide Page., BC Ferries Schedule and Sailings. , The Weather Network

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The following images are thumbnails. If you click on them a larger image will open up and the picture will take up most of your screen. Again these are medium quality jpegs. Higher quality images can be purchased directly from me via paypal using my email address tjfidler@telus.net And many of these photos can be found for sale on Cafepress through the Calendar link and Photo CD link. As well some of these can be found as posters via Cafepress, and some of these ocean life photographs are available as widescreen backgrounds via the widescreen link immediately below some of the photographs.

A few people have already asked me about "What is that pink stuff on the rocks in some of the pictures?" Well, they're usually Pink Rock Crust (aka Encrusting Coralline Algae) or in some cases might even be Encrusting Hydrocorals. The algae are eaten by a variety of animals - apparently as a good source of calcium.

Links to the various groups of organisms:
Crustaceans, Fish, Sea Anemones & Corals, Sea Cucumbers & Echinoderms, Miscellaneous

Crustaceans

Spiny Lobster
Spiny Lobster
Spiny Lobster [May 2008]
Spiny Lobster ~ 16 inches [40 cm] long without including the feelers. [May 2008]

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Fish

Blacksided Hawkfish
Black Triggerfish
Blackside Hawkfish [May 2008] Black Triggerfish [May 2008]
Convict Tang - a fish
Fish of some kind
Convict Tang - a fish that was fairly common. But only one decent photo of it.
[May 2008]
Could not clearly identify what this fish was from my books. Do you know what
species this is? [May 2008]
Removed as not really worth posting.
Various fishes
[May 2008] [May 2008]
Removed as not really worth posting.
Hogfish juvenile
[May 2008] Hogfish - juvenil ~ 6 inches [15 cm] long. [May 2008]
Moray eel of some kind
Orangeband Surgeonfish
Moral Eel ~ [May 2008] Orangeband Surgeon Fish ~ 16 inches [40 cm] long. [May 2008]
Stocky Hawkfish

Stocky Hawkfish ~ 14 inches [35 cm] long. [May 2008]

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 Sea Anemones & Corals

Coral
coral
Coral [May 2008] Coral [May 2008]
coral

Coral [May 2008]


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 Sea Cucumbers & Starfish ( Echinoderms )

Lion's Paw SeaCucumber
Sea Cucumber
Lion's Paw Sea Cucumber ~ 3 feet long [1 m]. This thing was so active that at first
I thought I was looking at a sea snake, and I felt fear. But then I saw its mouth parts
and realized it was just some sort of sea cucumber. [May 2008]
Yellowtip Sea Cucumber [May 2008]
Yellowtip SeaCucumber

Yellowtip Sea Cucumber [May 2008]

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Miscellaneous

coral or ? I don't know
Sea Turtle
What is this? About 12 inches [30 cm] in diameter. [May 2008] Sea Turtle ~ 3 feet [1 m] long. [May 2008]
Nudibranch eggs

Nudibranch Eggs of some kind. [May 2008]

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Google Maps: Not available as I cannot remember where around the island we were diving.
Or
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