May 16, 2018

While hiking in the nature park on April 21, Kimberley resident Spence Johnston spotted a small owl sitting on a tree branch. He was able to take a number of pictures and has shared those with us. To our delight, Spence has made the first-ever discovery of a boreal owl...

April 27, 2018

Anyone who has hiked in to Eimer’s Lake or along Eimer’s Ridge in the last month or two will have noticed the chainsaws running and the crews making piles of diced conifers and other debris.  The trails are pretty messy in spots with lots of twigs and branches lying ab...

January 9, 2018

If you are out snowshoeing or skiing in the park this winter, it will be hard not to notice the fresh tracks of snowshoe hares. These close relatives of rabbits (hares are to rabbits as goats are to sheep) have wildly fluctuating population levels on a roughly 10-year...

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