Birding in Thunder Bay

Spring is a wonderous time of the year where nature flourishes. In early spring, many birds leave their winter grounds in the south and head north to their breeding grounds.

Celebrating 70 years of conservation excellence

If you’ve spent any time outdoors in Thunder Bay and the surrounding area, there’s a very good chance that you’ve visited one of the Lakehead Region Conservation Authority (LRCA)’s ten Conservation

Foraging in a Boreal Forest

“The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.” – Ralph Waldo Emmerson

Sharing her passion for nature and our winter wonderland

A few weeks ago, I had an interesting conversation with a stranger.

Blooms from the backyard

I love the variety of plants that bloom in my garden throughout the summer. Even some of the so-called “weeds” have beautiful flowers.

Beyond transshipment

Taking in the view at Thunder Bay’s waterfront one quickly realizes just how dramatic the landscape is!

This dog has seen it all

I remember the first time I saw Dan and Yakira. I was nearing the Stanley turnoff just before Kakabeka when the traffic slowed.

My days of discovery in the sun

SUN is the source of life. It is unimaginable to think of our existence without the SUN. According to Indian mythology, we consider the Sun to be a GOD (In Sanskrit known as SuryaDev).

Back in the garden...finally!

2020-2021 was the winter of our (Covid) discontent, a cold and isolated and seemingly endless season for many. Did we ever long more eagerly for the warmth of the sun?

A natural made bachelor party

When George Comuzzi was thinking of planning a memorable experience to recognize his upcoming nuptuals, he took inspiration from the tales his father had told him over the years of canoe trips in Q


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