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Clarkboro Ferry - Aberdeen to Warman from Gerry Pocha.
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Nestled in a narrow valley an hour or so from #yxe, Little #Manitou Lake was originally a spillway for glacial meltwater. 10,000 yrs ago the outflow was blocked off, turning the spillway into an endorheic basin. Read story in Spring issue of #PrairiesNorth mag @Watrous_Manitou

Spring sunrise over the frozen Little Manitou Lake

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Beautiful day here in SK. Taking a little break from my extra-busy life to share this little wild crocus with you.#wildflower #prairies #prairiecrocus #crocus #buffalopound #spring #dof #loves_flowers_ #loves_flowers #loves_flora #total_flowers #bns_flower #jj_flowers

In our regular gardening feature, Sara explores tree pruning. Late winter through early spring is the ideal time to prune most trees-while the plants are dormant and before new growth begins (some exceptions include elms, birch and maple). https://t.co/ESWPMImZPM #prairiesnorth

A nesting Ferruginous Hawk shared via FB
Photo by: V. Barry Embree
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Such a cute photo by V. Barry Embree on Facebook! #wildlife #sk #sask #prairiesnorth

Five image display of the Moon and auroras this morning near Saskatoon.
Photo by: Colin Chatfield
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The Great Sandhills of southwestern Saskatchewan are a unique 1,900 sq. km area of active desert-like sand dunes. Native grasses and small clumps of trees such as aspen, willow and sagebrush flank the dune formations.
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