A training session in Kye Bay. Canadian Forces CH-149 Cormorant
From Kye Bay
Kye Bay Diary
The thing in me that is the Sea,
Untamed and wild,
And wild and weird and strong!”
Kye Bay B.C. Canada – Creative beach visitors leave transitory traces of their presence. Some last all season, but winter storms wipe the canvas clean.
There a is a helpful and engaged group , Mars Wildlife Rescue, operating from Merville, who have an extensive info sheet on the Great Blue Herons we see in Kye Bay. We quote a brief but important paragraph or two from a much more detailed page on the MARS website...
The Snowbirds use the Comox base as a training ground every spring, which means Kye Bay visitors and residents enjoy an airshow every day that weather permits! That can be pretty good entertainment, if a little noisy. "The Canadian Forces (CF) Snowbirds, 431 Air...
Dear Kye Bayer: Earlier this month, our neighbour Pam Crowe hand-delivered a letter on blue paper to your door in Kye Bay (scan attached). It came on behalf of a volunteer group of Kye Bayers concerned about emergency preparedness. This email is a follow up. Do let me...