Posts in Ontario
Kettle Point Pow Wow

We finally made it to Kettle & Stony Point for their annual Pow Wow. It was the 49th Annual Competition Pow Wow, truly a celebration of native cultural heritage.

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Common Loon

The haunting cry of the Common Loon can be heard across Ontario this time of year. Loons have long been considered by many North Americans as symbolizing wilderness and solitude. Many cottage-goers, campers, and vacationers would feel their trip was incomplete without seeing a loon or listening to its haunting call. 

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Ontario Spring Bird Migration

Every year many people long await the signs of spring, longing for an escape from the harsh winters. For some, let’s call them “Bird Nerds" the first arrivals of the migration is enough to whip them into a tizzy, over this springtime phenomenon. We could not be more excited about the arrival of the migrating birds of Ontario, this springtime joy has definitely added to my life in the past few years.

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Along Chikanishing Trail

Killarney Provincial Park is one of Ontario's most popular wilderness destinations. The origins of the park is owed to the conservation effects of The Group of Seven. They were a group of Canadian landscape painters in the 1920's, who petitioned the Ontario Provincial government to have the area preserved, to protect all of their magnificent landscapes from logging. How could you not want to explore the unique and rugged scenery, that a group of Canadian artists fought so hard to protect. The Chikanishing Trail was the first trail we had decided to accomplish since arriving in Killarney Provincial Park.

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