There is something magnetic about birds of prey. When I read about a foundation that released injured birds into the wild once they recovered, I knew this was somewhere I wanted to explore. Continue reading Alberta’s Birds of Prey Sanctuary, Coaldale
I think this site, west of Fort MacLeod, sealed my fate. I was doomed to journey around southern Alberta alone because after this excursion, my daughter thought up some reason or other not to join me on my explorations of her province. Continue reading Alberta’s Head-smashed-in buffalo jump
Any city with a river weaving its way through its heart, is a plus for me. But after a while in Calgary, I needed more greenery.
I made many trips to my neighbouring province, Alberta. It wasn’t that it was the most exciting province, although there were a few unique sites, but my daughter lives in Calgary.
One of the first places I was keen to explore was Drumheller, 135 kilometres north-east of Calgary. Continue reading Alberta’s Drumheller – from dinosaurs to hoodoos
Trees were scarce in Inuvik. Hey, we were right on the edge of the tundra. So I was delighted to discover a clump of boreal forest Continue reading Last look at Inuvik