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Every Animal Matters! No More Fur Coats! New Fur Trade “Best & Worst” Report from Born Free USA… As much as I’ve prowled the forevergreen forest, I’ve only seen a wild Lynx up close once. We surprised each … Continue reading
“I’ve been collecting Royal Canadian Mounted Police literature for more than fifty years.” Al Lund, Staff Sergeant, RCMP (retired) In his chapter called “Dust Jackets” in MOUNTIES ON THE COVER, Al Lund writes of a practice that, … Continue reading
Stephen J Voorhies: Tribute to an Artist of the American (and Canadian) People — and Places As an avid collector of classic wilderness fiction, including the stories of our Canadian Mounties, I’ve been lucky enough to track … Continue reading
Marlice van Vuuren – Cheetah Rescuer “I knew that my husband-to-be was the right one for me when I introduced him to the baboons on the farm. Their reaction toward him was friendly and that’s when I knew … Continue reading
Of Polar Bears. As the Water Rises, Their Prospects Fall. You may have heard of Senator Nicole Eaton’s recent suggestion to re-designate Canada’s National Animal from the industrious Beaver to the mighty Polar Bear. It’s a cultural change with … Continue reading