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Landscapes large and small – September 1st, Hockley Valley Conservation Area

September 1 Hockley Valley Conservation Area – Landscape/Ecological tracking So I want to begin with mentioning that photographing landscapes and geological changes due to climactic changes over [...]

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Moose-a-palooza – Sunday, September 1st, 2019 Algonquin

It was a cool morning at the Algonquin Park Research Station, after a clear and starry night. The sun was shining. There was a slight wind from the south. Around 6:00am, tracker Ann saw a moose. [...]

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A Bear walks into the woods…. August 31st, Algonquin Wildlife Research Station

We began our morning with quick breakfast and some gratitude and intentions in the driveway of the research station before heading out towards the old Moose pens to investigate some possible [...]

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Studying Pressure releases in the tracking sandbox – July 6th and 7th, 2019

Studying Pressure Releases can be very difficult, especially if you are doing it on your own, or perhaps having only one or two resources to work from, so it made for a lovely weekend up at Earth [...]

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Story of the day – Krug Tract in the drizzle

Our cool (but not chilly) breezy day began with gifts and gratitude. Upon our arrival at the Kinghurst Forest Nature Reserve we were blessed with a sighting of a great blue heron. As people were [...]

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Along the shores of Lake Huron in Saugeen FN

We got out of the cars and stretched a little, letting the blood recirculate to all the places it struggled to reach on the drive out there. We laughed a little dizzy from standing up too fast [...]