Category Archives: Parks

History endures at Chippewa Park

Thunder Bay—Chippewa Park in Thunder Bay is built on a foundation of history, culture and nature; and with so many things to see and do, the park delivers adventure for everyone.

According to historical records at The Harry Kirk Archives and Records Centre in Thunder Bay

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Minnesota state parks report big increase in visitors

St. Paul—A post-Labor Day report from the Minnesota DNR shows a significant increase in the number of people buying permits and staying overnight at Minnesota state parks and recreation areas in 2015 compared with 2014. Erika Rivers, director

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Capturing the Canoe Country

By Michael Furtman

It may come as a surprise to many people, but the Boundary Waters and Quetico are really not great locations for wildlife photography! Why?

These vast wilderness areas are largely boreal forest, a habitat type that has relatively low densities of wildlife, and of those species that

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A Remnant of the Forest that Was

Do trees communicate with each other, socialize and help each other survive? Apparently so, according to a growing number of international scientists, members of the Society of Plant Signaling and Behavior, who are meeting in Vancouver this summer to talk about the

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