Pacific Rim National Park

Pacific Rim National Park,

60 sq mi (155 sq km), along the west coast of Vancouver Island, near Ucluelet, SE British Columbia, Canada; est. 1971. The park includes Long Beach, several islands, the historic Life Saving Trail, and a variety of marine life.
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Marine biophysical and review study of Pacific Rim National Park. Fish.
Along Vancouver Island's southern west coast, this trek is a part of the Pacific Rim National Park. Visitors can experience the craggy headlands, glorious beaches and dense rainforests.
Many entries are based on the authorAEs own observations, plus birding web sites, scientific papers, government reports, and other reference books, especially Birds of Pacific Rim National Park. An introduction gives an overview of the islandAEs geography, climate, forest cover, and bird habitats.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is re-opened after being closed in February 2012 when an unexploded mortar shell from the Second World War II was found.
[yen] Pacific Rim National Park Reserve - Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada - Encompassing three major regions -- Long Beach, The Broken Group Islands and the West Coast Trail -- Pacific Rim National Park is an exciting destination for camping enthusiasts.
In Pacific Rim National Park, on Vancouver Islands West Coast, only nine of 27 measures used to define ecological integrity were considered "good" and "stable" in 2008.
WEST COAST TRAIL - Pacific Rim National Park, British Columbia, Canada * Easily accessible from Victoria and Vancouver, the West Coast Trail is considered one of the most exhilarating trails in North America.
Other attractions on Vancouver Island include the Butchart Gardens, the Abkhazi Gardens, and Pacific Rim National Park, known for surfing and its scenic but remote West Coast Trail.
Interfor, whose TFL is 49,000 hectares, continues industrial logging at a rate double that of Iisaak--even on the border of Pacific Rim National Park, one of Canada's most endangered parks, And Interfor's plans include logging in pristine valleys.
Here's what the Canadian Nature Federation says about The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve:

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