As previously quoted, Kathleen Jamie has written that “there was a time…when there were no wild animals because every animal was wild”. Her point can be extended by suggesting that there have been times and places where there were no “animals” at all because all animals were individuals (or at least representatives of particular species). 769 more words
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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
Taken a few kilometres from where I work, looking out over the Wildlife Research Station’s property.
Wildlife Research Station, Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada
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
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Jake is an unhappy schoolteacher and wannabe writer in small town Ontario. 119 more words