Monthly Archives: July 2017

Passport to Nature: “Passport Please”

Have you ever lost or misplaced your passport? Anxious moments for humans. Do you ever wonder who carries out passport control for Mother Nature? She was here long before “we” put up these artificial borders.

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A tale of two adventurers, not long from now

Weekend hikers and paddlers, your attention please.

I give you two scenarios: Sally and Sid…

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Events at Black River Wildlands

Get to know what will be the Black River Wildlands with some upcoming events. Donate to participate in a Hike, Bike or Paddle!

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What Drives Your Pride for Nature?

2017 (C) Cameron Curran Bobolink

In Canada, carrying the legacy of nature conservation into the future is often associated with having a strong sense of national pride. Having recently celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada, it’s time to reflect on the beauty of nature in your neck of the woods in a bigger effort to celebrate what makes us Canadian.

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Something to chirp about on Parliament Hill

Gray Jay or Canada Jay by David A. Homer

Of all the bird species in North America, sixteen species have American in their name. There are only two species with Canada in their name.

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