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Click thumbnails to enlarge Considered to be ecologically unique, Savary Island is like no other island along the west coast of BC. From east to west the island is 6 miles long and though it is only about half a mile wide from north to south, the geographical difference between the two sides of the island is incredible. On the south side, a dry climate nurtures unique plants and animals that are indicative of the coastal dune ecology on the island. The coastal sand dunes tower above the soft, sandy white beaches and it’s not unusual for people to comment on the “Mediterranean feel” that the environment and climate has.
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