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I see this and wonder how many sunsets are left for this iconic giant of the prairies. The years have taken their toll on this one that I first photographed some 10 years ago...

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"It was the last day of school in 1967. Walking home, I was walking on air, filled with the expectation of the summer ahead. I was on top of the world..."
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Flax is coming out north of Saskatoon, hopefully it will catch up to the canola. Love Blue and Yellow!!

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MEET THE CONTRIBUTORS: RUTH BITNER
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Clarkboro Ferry - Aberdeen to Warman from Gerry Pocha.
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Regina Sikh group rigs up free food drive-thru for people struggling during COVID-19 pandemic https://t.co/4rKihDh11O

It's time to start planning some @Saskatchewan
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Serious stuff, online resources, curiosities to inform and delight https://t.co/HiGfFRJAcS EcoSask News March 31

When Cdn history talks about #sk early pioneer years, it rarely mentions the African-American homesteaders from Oklahoma. Shiloh Baptist Church & Cemetery is all that remains of a pioneer settlement founded by 12 Black families who emigrated together from that state in 1910.

43 days in seclusion...hmm we didn't know this story would strike such a cord when this was written! Full story in Spring issue.
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It's getting close to spring cleaning time. Yellow-bellied sapsucker cleaning out a nesting hole in an aspen tree. #birding #birdphotography #TwitterNatureCommunity⠀

Barred owls (Strix varia) are among the noisiest nocturnal raptors. You can often hear their calls during the day, some of which scarily sound like loud sneering or demonic screeching!
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Bohemian waxwings returned to our backyard in #Saskatoon this morning in full force to continue cleaning up any berries left on trees. #birding #birdphotography #TwitterNatureCommunity

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