The Canadian Forces Snowbird took to the skies over the Valley Tuesday afternoon for a ‘high show’ practice due to the warm, clear weather. Photo by Erin Haluschak

VIDEO: Take a closer look at a Comox Valley Snowbirds practice

It’s a sure sign of spring when the Canadian Forces Snowbirds bring out the sky-spotting crowds around the Valley.

Tuesday afternoon – thanks to the beautiful weather – the team performed their ‘high show’ as part of their practice schedule over CFB Comox.

Click the video below for an up-close view from the airfield to see some behind-the-scenes shots from their afternoon show.



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