Banner Photo Credits
Rhododendron macrophyllum by David Moore
This native species of rhododendron is widespread along the coast of the Pacific Northwest from Washington to northern California, but is known in only a very few isolated sites in BC. This photo was taken on the slopes of Mt. Elphinstone, near Roberts Creek, in an area that is currently unprotected.
Texada Island by David Moore
Garden Bay Lake by Greg Lightbourne
This photograph is available for purchase at Windsong Gallery in Sechelt.
Howe Sound by Greg Lightbourne
Tree Frog by Rick O'Neill
The Pacific Tree Frog is one of many species that need forests and wetlands to survive. Amphibians are rapidly declining on a worldwide basis, and 2007 has been declared the International Year of the Frog to draw attention to their plight. Amphibians in BC are threatened by habitat destruction from development, logging and mining, and they are also very susceptible to pollution due to absorption through their skin.
Bush Tit Photo ©2007 James Fiscus
This bushtit had fluffed up after a September dip in the bird bath. The bird was shot with a Canon 70-300mm lens, extended to 300mm, at 1/200sec. F 5.6. James Fiscus is a writer and photographer working in Portland, Oregon.
Hummingbird provided by Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
This is one of the many wildlife photos available as greeting cards from the Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, an SCCA member group. Visit them at www.gibsonswildliferehabcentre.org.
Wetland by Ryan Logtenberg
This photo shows some wetland plant species and an old-growth Coast Douglas Fir in the Bear Bay Forest near Pender Harbour. Courtesy of Ryan Logtenberg and the Bear Bay Stewardship Alliance. Visit www.bearbay.ca.
Stellar's Jay by Tella Sametz
Forest by Tella Sametz
Seal by Tella Sametz
Other Photo Credits
Throughout our website are photographs generously donated by local photographers, including Alan Sirulnikoff, Andrew Scott, Delvin, Rick O'Neil, Dan Bouman, Emma Dore, and the Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
The SCCA would like to thank Janice Williams ("Junco Jan") for her generous donation of photos from the watershed events of 2007.
Born in Manitoba, Alan Sirulnikoff makes his home on the Sunshine Coast. His photos have been published in various calendars, magazines and books, both in Canada and internationally including: Canadian Geographic, Maclean's Magazine, and Photo Life.
Duane Burnett is a local photographer and photo journalist whose images appear in newspapers, websites, brochures, map guides, and magazines. Duane is passionate about nature and ecological issues, and is a co-founder of The Friends of Boundary Bay, an award winning wetlands education group.
- Last Updated on Monday, 02 July 2012 00:20