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A year and half has passed since our 1st grandson was born - It was a great celebration too. Thanks for your comfortable accommodation...
- Degaris Family
What an amazing location! It was wonderful to be able to row out on to the lagoon, and sit on the swing to enjoy the view and the...
- Ann, Steve, Danielle
Excellent spot, we would reccommend to anyone- especially when the sun is shining!
- John & Gill Lorains
This place is magical!! I loved eveything from the wildlife and the scenery to the full moon that took my breath away!! Thank you...
- Diane Todosychuk
We thank-you For everything! We both had the vacation of our lives! We have chosen the best place out of British Columbia! And thank-...
- Sherry & Dennis
June 6th 2013 Such a feast for our eyes & hearts, day & night. We have absorbed five days receiving endless blessings near...
- Greg & Laurie Martin
What a beautiful spot & I've stayed in B&B's all over the world. Birds is amongst the best. Quality & comfort with...
- Liza & Maggie
We came late and we left early so we haven't even met you but we wish we could have stayed to enjoy your facilities more - it's kind...
- Peggy and Richard
Thank you Holly & Dieter Beautiful spot, great people we couldn't have asked for more.
- Ron & Norma Jean
An Absolute beautiful few days here at Birds of a Feather! Thank you for the accomodations and hospitality. We've enjoy Victoria and...
- Colleen, Carol and Sharon

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Roche Cove Regional Park

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Roche Cove and Roche Harbour in Sooke Basin are named for Richard Roche, 3rd Lieutenant on HMS Satellite, a British naval vessel stationed in Victoria from 1857-1860. Picnic at the protected cove after an easy walk from the parking area. The sand reveals little-neck clams and barnacles at low tide. At high tide, look for sea stars moving over broken shells in search of food. On the water, you might see migrating ducks, such as red-breasted mergansers, Barrow's golden-eye or buffleheads.

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