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Coyotes make a living with their nose

By Larry Halverson Friends of Kootenay Coyote sniffing for food. Photo by Alan Dibb Coyotes have keen senses of hearing, sight, and smell. But it…

M645 provided great knowledge

By Larry Halverson/Friends of Kootenay “In spring 2013 wildlife researchers marked the passing of a special member of the Radium Bighorn Sheep Herd. Ram #M645…

Cinnamon Teal

By Larry Halverson/Friends of Kootenay The vivid breeding plumage of the drake Cinnamon Teal is hard to miss and the male’s cinnamon colour makes them…

In search of…

The Golden-mantled ground squirrel Golden-mantled Ground Squirrels, distinguished by their prominent stripes, emerge a bit later than Columbian Ground Squirrels but seem rarely to be…

Bottom to top awakening

Columbia Ground Squirrel by Larry Halverson/Friends of Kootenay Columbian ground squirrels are still, as far as we know, down in their winter burrows, but they…

2012 in Review – January to April

Images of 2012 January to April The following presentation (below) features images that appeared in East Kootenay News Online Weekly (e-KNOW) in 2012. The images…

Stuffing face

By Larry Halverson/Friends of Kootenay Many of us had the good fortune on Thanksgiving of eating until our bellies were full. And this golden-mantled ground…

Marmots at Stanley Glacier

By Larry Halverson/Friends of Kootenay Last summer Kootenay National Park’s wildlife specialist Alan Dibb saw many marmots at the head of the Stanley Glacier Valley…