As summer approaches, so does one of the best seasons at the park: baby season! Pretty soon babies will start dropping at Wildlife Safari, and our drive through will be full of small Bison, Rhea, and more! 380 more words
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In wintertime, it’s often getting dark in Princeton by the time I head home from the office to scrounge up some dinner. Along the half-mile path, I regularly walk or bike within few meters of the local herd of white-tailed deer. 874 more words
February 10th, 2016
Every once in a while I come upon a mountain that reminds me that it’s good to know when to fold ’em. A mountain that feels like its pushing me back down the hill with every step saying, “Not today!” Carr Mountain did that to me. 522 more words
Phylogeny, which can defined as the study of the evolutionary history and relationships amongst the animal kingdom, is one of the branches of zoological research which most captivates me with its complex and often unexpected nature. 4,448 more words
He was in the right place at the right time.
Christopher Martin, a professional photographer from Bragg Creek, was driving around looking for photos in Banff National Park when he turned on to the Lake Minnewanka turnoff and noticed an elk going back and forth on a railway overpass near the townsite. 205 more words
Is it a black car with white stripes, or a white car with black stripes?
That’s one of the two questions that Mark and Moira Willems are constantly approached with about their vehicle, an outlandish four-door car painted to mimic a wild zebra. 528 more words