This was a 3rd dive-of-the-day evening dive we did on July 16, 2016. It's just out around the corner from Bamfield Harbour. The chart calls it Eagle Bay, but the locals all call it Scott's Bay. I'm not sure why. There must be a story behind it. Anyway, it's a shallow dive and I thought it was quite good. We dove at the Southern point of the bay. The bottom is a slope of boulders and some small walls going down to about 45' deep. There was some macrocystis kelp in the shallows. Visibility in the top 20-30' was only about 10' and below that it cleared a bit to maybe 15-20'. There were orange burrowing cucumbers and fish-eating anemones everywhere. Almost everywhere I looked there were painted greenlings. I've never seen so many of them. I must have seen maybe 2 dozen. Almost right away we saw a small baby wolfeel. It had something in its mouth, maybe some kind of shrimp. The other divers saw 2 more adult wolfeels, but I missed them. There were also swarms of rockfish everywhere. I wished I took video instead of photos on this dive to capture the motion. There were copper, quillback, black, yellowtail and a few China rockfish. I also saw several orange peel nudibranchs. Sea pens were on the sand.