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Calgary Observer 30 Dec 18
No, it's not , it's free roaming in Rocky Mountain Foothills. What a mighty and graceful animal. πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦
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St John Paul II Mar 13
Kananaskis in the Classroom program . A great learning time for everyone. We learned about butterflies and moths.
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Andrea Barnes May 31
Grade 4’s classes visiting Bow Valley Prov Park for plant field studies. Such a great classroom.
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Lee Hammond Mar 8
The Starshoeing was fantastic tonight! The weather was mild, the trails were awesome, the sky was clear and the stars were amazing. The Alberta Parks guide was very knowledgeable about Astrology and she told some great stories as well.
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Jo Majko Feb 21
The Milky Way, Mars rising and some airlgow at Spray lakes Reservoir.
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Laura Finnegan Dec 22
No science. Just some some shots of my dog Cara and I skijoring...kind of...
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Gus Litsas Aug 24
Great day for a family picnic.
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Lee Hammond Apr 10
I think that I want to revisit this park in the summer. The sunset sold me😍 ~Crimson Lake Provincial Park in beautiful Alberta This is where Miss Muffin caught 12 fish. Great memories!
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Alberta Energy Centre Dec 23
Did you know that with less protected areas in the province, more waterfowl will be able to live and prosper in Alberta. Without the special designation, waterfowl are able to live on the land without applying for a habitat permit. See:
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Lee Hammond Apr 11
When we arrived at Medicine Lake PRA last summer, I knew that it was going to be a great place to camp. This was the view from our site😍 Beautiful Alberta! Can you tell that I’m itching to go camping?😏
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Jason Nixon Aug 14
The river valley was in fine form today at the event celebrating the completion of several new boat launches. We were even joined by an impromptu guest (πŸ•) who wanted to cool off in the river on this beautiful day!
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Jason Nixon Jun 2
4/4 The rich array of landscapes and species Alberta plays host to never fail to amaze me!
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Tanya Saumure Jul 31
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Alberta Depot Jul 12
As Albertans, we know our province is home to some of nature’s most spectacular landscapes β›° What you may not know, is that the system protects an area four times bigger than Prince Edward Island 😲 Check out our new blog!! ➑
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Darwin Park πŸš΄πŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸ›ΆπŸ¦‰πŸŒπŸΌβ€β™‚οΈπŸ“· 14 Jan 19
supports the Bighorn Proposal. I have run, biked,kayaked & driven through the area hundreds of times. I was born in Rocky Mtn House(1946) & although I live in Spruce Grove I return many times each year. This area needs to be protected.
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nature.watcher Oct 3
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Ariane Cantin Apr 22
Easter egg hunt! Wood frog and long-toed salamander eggs found in the Bow Valley (pics by the amazing Graham Ferguson)
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Baukje Groothof Jun 11
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Jeremy Staveley Mar 13
2 days on the land and up to our necks in snow. Much needed laughter and fresh mountain air. Will never get tired of seeing kids have fun and feel free in the outdoors.
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jennamorrish 19 Jan 19
I’m not sure why it took me so long to check out the methane bubbles at but I definitely won’t be waiting that long to go back!
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