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Northern Shoveler in grass with yellow flowers, Saskatchewan

Photo Essay: Birding in Saskatchewan from Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

OH my gosh, what an amazing spring and summer it has been birding from the vantage point in and around our cabin. It seems like each year I see a little more, I learn a lot more and it feels like I am Read on! →

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Welcoming spring with annual bluebird pilgrimage

Every year I am just a bit too early. Too early that is, to see flocks of brilliant blue wings flutter across the prairie skyline making their way to spring nesting spots. Little handcrafted bird houses sit atop fence lines Read on! →

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Wildlife Wednesday – Eagles of Northern Saskatchewan

This summer I checked a lot of birds off my life list which admittedly at this point is still relatively easy considering my status as a newish birder. Although I had seen bald eagles before, it didn’t get old when Read on! →