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Stuart Somerville 2m
I’m not sure why, but the deer love scraping their antlers on these old posts.
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Shaky 1h
Pretty much normal expected across the for the next 3 months! 🍁 But & are 3 F-Bombs you’ll hear lots of during the upcoming ! πŸ₯Ά πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦
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Nat Geo Education Sep 14
are enormous stretches of flat grassland with moderate temperatures, moderate rainfall, and few trees. Read more and see photos in our Encyclopedic Entry.
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Vanessa Black πŸŽ—πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸŽ— 22h
Had a few feathery guests this evening, our neighbourhood and friends on a beautiful evening here in
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H. C. Hewitt Sep 14
God’s palette. He never ceases to amaze me with His beauty. I took this photo last night on my walk and it was breathtaking how the sky appeared to be on fire. Grateful to live on the …
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Stephen L Shore Sep 17
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Prairies R Us Sep 15
prescribed fires are used to help stimulate prairie plant growth, manage invasive species, and maintain as prairies. in the past, native americans used controlled burns to preserve prairies. nowadays many fires are done by orgs like
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πŸ’šAngel Brise' πŸ’š 22h
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Stuart Somerville Sep 17
Summer’s over and it’s time to bring the bulls home.
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πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦Baron Von Weasel Teets Sep 10
Rain on the means work stops. Its not an inconvience but a work killer @ Wayne, Alberta
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Stephen L Shore Sep 14
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TheCryptoStreet.comβ„’ Sep 13
πŸ”΄New Job Alert | BDE/BDM Public Sector – Prairies
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Sask PCAP Sep 17
Call for Abstracts for Oral & Poster Presentations 2020 Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop & Transboundary Grasslands Partnership Workshop February 25-27 in Regina
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𝔻 π•‹π•¦π•”π•œπ•–π•£βš“πŸŒŠ#CreepyUncleJustin Sep 10
Replying to @marlenejennings
(uh-humm... *coughs*)
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Vanessa Black πŸŽ—πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸŽ— 22h
Had a return visitor up here in the My feathery friend the and he brought a few of his friends. πŸπŸ¦…πŸ
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Hugo Sanchez Sep 16
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Jodie Innes Sep 16
After the sun has set the sky is still magical.
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Camille Moore Sep 14
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Julio Torres-Tello πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¨ πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Sep 12
A lonely bench in the middle of the prairies. I took this picture just outside of Saskatoon, in the beginning of the spring. …
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ECBVerdyol Sep 9
"As the climate becomes increasingly hostile to trees, which need reliable rainfall and milder temperatures to thrive, may emerge as a far more resilient ecosystem" to combat . Learn how
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