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Birding in Algonquin Park (Ontario Part 2)

The rest of the time I spent in Ontario was spent in and around Algonquin Park. This is an amazing park which is great for winter finches and boreal specialties (especially the “big four” which are black-backed woodpecker, spruce grouse, boreal chickadee, and gray jay). 1,346 more words


Turtle Lookout

Taken a few kilometres from where I work, looking out over the Wildlife Research Station’s property.

Wildlife Research Station, Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada

Algonquin, reviewed: Family drama gets lost in the woods

What if Wes Anderson made a movie in Algonquin Park instead of on that island in Moonrise Kingdom? From the slow-motion walking and canvas rucksacks to the eccentric park ranger and silent, stylized skulking across the frame in the distance, that’s often how the father-son-sibling relationship drama… 247 more words


Daniel Garber talks to stars Mark Rendall and Nicholas Campbell about their new film ALGONQUIN

Hi, this is Daniel Garber at the Movies for culturalmining.com and CIUT 89.5 FM.

Jake is an unhappy schoolteacher and wannabe writer in small town Ontario. 119 more words


My first exposure to Algonquin Park was through the paintings of Tom Thomson: Autumn Woods, Blueberry Bushes, and Drowned Land gave me insight into jewels of the park in the fall and immediately captured my wonder. 1,328 more words


Review: Acts of God

Acts of God by Ellen Gilchrist
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Let’s get this warning out of the way: this is a modern anthology of short stories with a southern touch. 397 more words

Book Reviews

Darth Vader baseball card?

How can any future conversation be complete (like my Dark Side training) without a look at who Darth Vader is? That being said I am not here to reinvent the wheel so I will direct you to various resources (people and sites that seem to be in “The Know”) about Darth. 300 more words

Darth Vader