Race Rocks
of Amazing British Columbia

On this page: References for Race Rocks, the R entry in Amazing British Columbia: A Natural History From A To Z

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Map of Race Rocks

The small islands called Race Rocks appear very small on this map. But if you can zoom in if you want to. If you click on the letter B, you can see the lighthouse, a famous Canadian landmark.

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Ryan J Murphy, Photographer of Race Rocks

Ryan J Murphy wrote some information about himself.

Ryan J Murphy photographer for Amazing British ColumbiaMy name is Ryan Murphy, and I come from Musgravetown, Newfoundland. I first came to BC in 1999 as a student at Pearson College. Now I am here as the Eco Guardian and resident marine scientist at the Race Rocks Ecological Reserve.

Photography has become my passion both on land and under the sea. I find it it an incredibly powerful tool to communicate my research and educate my students. Both my homes have rewarded me with amazing wildlife encounters and mesmerizing landscapes, and I am very glad to be able to share these experiences through my work.

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Other Photos of Race Rocks

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Books About Lighthouses

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Links to More Information About Race Rocks

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