Living With Wildlife: Steve Wilson

Here is a red squirrel in our backyard on Duncan Drive in the Golden Horn Subdivision enjoying some 50 per cent off bread from the Independent Store.

Winter Bird Feeding

I feed the birds in winter because it makes me feel good to do it and the birds certainly seem to enjoy it as well. Squirrels certainly take advantage of the situation, but seem to be much less interested in the feeders that do not contain sunflower seeds. Squirrels can also be stopped by blocking …

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Living With Wildlife: John Birmingham

Hello Everybody,  We invite you to share your photos of Yukon wildlife. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to [email protected] Golfing at Annie Lake I thought I could shave a few strokes off of my scorecard but, this Yukon sentinel was keeping me honest. Camera: Samsung Galaxy …

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Doing the Squirrel-paddle

I couldn’t sleep the night before. Was it the roughly 10 night-shifts in a row I had pulled just prior to leaving, or was it the excitement to get on that river? I’m not a river paddler. I grew up in Ontario (which I realize has rivers) and am at home on lakes and nasty …

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Living With Wildlife: Simon Lauer

My name is Simon Lauer. I am 11-years-old and am e-mailing you to send in a pic for Living with Wildlife.  I met Mr. Squirrel in a forest near my house. I took the pic with my 14 Mega Pixels FujiFilm camera. I hope I can see my picture in the mag.

Squirrely Taxidermy

Sure, you’ve seen a moose head mounted on a wall before. It probably had really big antlers, too. But was it re-enacting a scene from Dirty Dancing? Or perhaps guarding a chest full of pirate treasure? This month, Cindy Klippenstein’s new exhibit Fur and Loathing is open at Northern Front Studio in Waterfront Station. The …

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