“An understanding of the natural world and what’s in it is a source of not only a great curiosity but great fulfillment.”  

–David Attenborough

Tours:

  • On board our comprehensive whale & wildlife adventure tours we educate over 25,000 people from all over the world every year. At Eagle Wing we are in a very privileged position to share our local knowledge and passion with others!
  • Contact us to find out how to get your class onboard!!

Schools:

  • We donate tours (minus basic costs) to all Greater Victoria Schools for an educational adventure at sea.  The goal is to take out as many local students as possible to INSPIRE the next generation of Salish Sea ambassadors!
  • Contact us to find out how to get your class onboard!!

Events:

It was so much fun! We were really lucky, we saw killer whales and an elephant seal and loads of other wildlife. It was really neat to see the killer whales up close!”  -Leif 11 years old

Thank you for giving our homeschooling community this opportunity. We hope to do it again with you soon. Caelen Bright

OUR PARTNERS IN CONSERVATION EDUCATION

FUN Society

      • FUN Society is an innovative “action-tank” working to redefine the very meaning of education. We believe that the purpose of education is to raise a society of good people with open, active minds and beautiful hearts.

Sea Change Society

      • A community based non-profit society dedicated to the conservation of marine ecosystems in B.C.. They have inspired local action for preserving and restoring the natural environment.

Shaw Ocean Discovery Center

      • Champions for the Salish Sea, the ‘little aquarium’ in Sidney, B.C. inspires all generations to explore, respect and take action on behalf of the world’s oceans.

Goldstream Hatchery

      • Salmonoid incubation programs provide over 60 schools with in-class aquariums and 20,000 salmon eggs to help children learn about the delicate lifecycle of our wild Pacific salmon.

Check out our Whales & More section for pages and pages and pages of information on marine wildlife :)

It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.” —  David Attenborough