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Pacificnorthwestkate Nov 11
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Pacificnorthwestkate Sep 29
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Pacificnorthwestkate Oct 8
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Rocky Mountaineer Oct 4
Thank you to our friends for sharing this Canadian wildlife moment. What a beauty!
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Rocky Mountaineer Aug 31
When is the best time to see wildlife from our train? We'd like to show you!
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Jass Binning Feb 28
. Attack on the Canadian wolf brought me to tears. To think this happens so regularly in our own backyards makes me sick.
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Jenny Hagan LostInSk Mar 27
Sometimes rare opportunities come to play, a once in a lifetime experience seemingly made for you. An Albino mule deer found in SW
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Freshdaily Dec 14
Canada is home to an abundance of wildlife 🇨🇦- 📸 Stevin Tuchiwsky, Sanjay Chauhan, explore_with_tristan, Court Whelan
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M. Hamid Dec 14
So I have seen Canadian Geese ... many of them ... I have never seen one this BIG ... ever. Must be at least double the normal size. Pics don’t do it justice!
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DisVacayFamily Apr 7
Came across this beautiful, young Porcupine in the woods. He showed me his backside to let me know that he was packing some quills!
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Pacificnorthwestkate Nov 13
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ddogg vlogs Nov 11
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Coastal Action Apr 10
It's ! Help us protect species & habitat in Nova Scotia by contributing to our projects here: . Photos by our very own Jenny McKinnon!
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Wildlands League Oct 4
An industrial park in northeast Edmonton has opened a bridge that includes a wildlife corridor for animals like deer, bobcats, coyotes and rabbits to pass through.
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Mazda Travel Oct 4
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AspenValleyWildlife Mar 22
Did you know that a beavers teeth never stop growing? The beaver constantly gnaws on wood to keep their teeth from growing too long. Here Douglas gnaws on his most preferred food, the Aspen tree. ...
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T Cameron May 8
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johnny Lam May 2
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albertatourism Mar 18
Look both ways - elk crossing in Canmore. Oh the things you will see in the Rocky Mountains! 📷@pamdoylephoto ~ ~ ~ ~
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Rick Andrews 🎥 Apr 28
And let’s not stop there. How about a wildlife x-ing for highway #1 east of Med Hat to help the annual pronghorn migration between North Battleford & Montana?
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