We have a new Friday feature on the Wellness Almanac. A regular snapshot of something wild and wonderful from Connie Sobchak. I'd be admiring her photos on Facebook for sometime, and enjoyed a review on a book about habits that she wrote for us, so I asked if she'd be interested in sharing more regularly. … Continue reading Meet our contributor, Connie Sobchak
Thanks to Stu Armstrong, for training his lens on this gathering (seriously, it's called a convocation) of eagles in Pemberton on Wednesday.
I've got to tell you, it's pretty hard for me to look at a photo of the long-toed salamander and resist breaking out in a "Crikey, would you look at that little fella" spiel... Which is why I'm so glad that Stewardship Pemberton's Veronica Woodruff has agreed to take on a regular Species Watch column … Continue reading Seasonal Observations: Long toed Salamander
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Spotted on a Thanksgiving walk in the woods - beautiful clusters of mushrooms. Edible? Inedible? The only thing to do when you don't know the answer to that is take only photographs and keep on strolling. Of course, you would always check out the Whistler Naturalists' Fungus Amongst Us Mushroom Festival, this weekend.