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Winter wonder and the mi¢̕qaqas

By Lorene Keitch / Wildsight Coats zipped up, brightly-coloured toques secured over ears. Mittens more or less on, snow pants bunched on tops of boots….

The Ponderosa: A Wasa Story

By Nowell Berg Op-Ed Commentary Sometime in the spring of 1840, one Ponderosa pine tree seed, enveloped by a thin organic sail pod, floats on…

Spring’s yellow carpet

By Ian Adams Early May brings the East Kootenay’s most stunning and best-known floral display, arrowleaf balsamroot. Colloquially known as Okanagan sunflower in the Okanagan…

With care the Curlews can keep dancing

By Ian Adams Op-Ed Commentary The wave is heading north! While the Canada-US border may be closed to non-essential human travel, wildlife still moves freely…

The Indomitable Prairie Crocus

By Ian Adams Op-Ed Commentary The word “fragile” is often used to describe wildflowers. They certainly appear to fit the word. Usually looked on as…