Species Profile: Steller’s Jay

As the weather warms and the daylight extends, we being to hear an active chorus of springtime birds. Commonly seen foraging for food around campgrounds and parks, Steller’s Jays (Cyanocitta stelleri) are the blue-winged symbol of BC’s healthy evergreen forests, as well as, our provincial bird! They’re known for their unmistakably blue feathers, triangle-crested heads, … Continue reading

Railway

As the summer nears it’s end, we’re reflecting back on another successful and outstanding summer. This week, our selected photographer Kevin Smith takes us around the horizon and beautifully into the unknown. Much like good-byes, you can see the horizon off in the distance, yet you are not sure where this railway will take you.  … Continue reading

Emerald Lake

Calm days in the water are the greatest solution to hot weather and our photo for this week is a luxurious haven for that summertime heat. In his well-captured HDR image of Emerald Lake, Keith Watson shows the astonishing beauty nestled within the BC Rocky Mountains. It should come as no surprise that Emerald Lake … Continue reading

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