This octopus was captured on video by Randy Parker while it was out in the open, on the hunt. This is a rare sight, since they are shy and usually remain hidden during the day. (more…)
An excerpt from “This Living Salish Sea” will be shown at the Green Film Series screening of “Symphony of the Soil” on June 8, 2015 at the Heritage Playhouse in Gibsons. Starting at 7:30 pm, admission is by donation at the door. You can get more info or make reservations at the green film series website. (more…)
A male lingcod guards his mate’s egg mass in a glass sponge reef bioherm, in Howe Sound. This image is taken from a frame grab from video shot by Roy Mulder.
I am very pleased to say that the trailer/short film version of This Living Salish Sea was accepted at the Halifax Ocean Film Festival, screened on June 15, 2014. Also, veteran diver, Roy Mulder’s short film, Cradles of Glass, was shown on this same date. http://internationaloceaninstitute.dal.ca/FilmFest.htm