A very pleasant and often quiet area to anchor in the Gulf Islands National Park is James Bay on Prevost Island. This is one of the few areas where the water is regularly warm enough for swimming and while the island portion of the park isn’t very large the shoreline is a great place to explore. Good kayaking is an added bonus.
Pisaster ochraceus, generally known as the purple sea star, is a common starfish found among the waters of the Pacific Ocean. These starfish are...
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