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Algonquin Tracking!

Tracking in Algonquin, February 2018 February’s tracking weekend took place in Algonquin Park. Our focus? The sexy area megafauna: Moose, Wolf, Otter and Marten. Here’s a phrase not often [...]

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Trailing Deer in Boyne Valley

Saturday December 2, 2017 Saturday was our first day at the Boyne River Park. The air was still and the frost rested on the sumac. Among our intentions was to discover the habits of the deer. We [...]

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Bruno’s story:

We began our morning by exploring the surroundings of our cabin on the southern edge of Sasajewun lake in Algonquin park . Just like the night before, tracks of martens which had been said to be [...]

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Flying Saucer Trails in Algonquin Park?

 On February 6th, 2016, the tracking apprentices tracked along the shores of Sasajewun Lake near the Algonquin Park Wildlife Research Centre.  The weather was mild with little wind.  To start the [...]

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Tracking in the Krug Forest

Saturday, January 16, 2016 – Written by Lianna Vargas – 2nd Year Earth Tracks Tracking Apprentice We began our day at the Krug Brother’s Forest, an amazing expanse of wild land [...]

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How Do You Like Them Apples?

Approaching our meeting location for the day, the veil of fog I had been driving in for an hour seemed to be lifting with the rising sun that had began peaking through the clouds, just up over [...]

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Tracking in Algonquin – Part 2

First thing in the morning, we recapped on the harvest of yesterday’s exploration, reviewing on a map where we had come across some of our favourite discoveries. We headed out for the day [...]

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Tracking Algonquin Wildlife

Saturday, August 29, 2015 Written by Tamara Anderson – 2nd Year Tracking Apprentice There are forty seven species of mammals that call Algonquin Park “home”.  The world-renowned park [...]

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The Wisdom of the Marks

The site of a porcupine, raccoon and flying squirrel holes in this big old Basswood tree Saturday and Sunday, July 26th, 2015 Written by Tamara Anderson – 2nd year Tracking Apprentice In [...]

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A taste of plant medicine, meetings with trees, and a small surprise

The themes of caretaking and stewardship wove through our June weekend. Our second morning, like our first day, was grounded at Alexis and Bobbi’s place, home of Earth Tracks Outdoor School and [...]

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