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Wildlife Wonders of the Canoe Country

I sometimes wonder about wildlife in the canoe country. In July our family paddled across the Quetico Park from Beaverhouse Lake to Cache Bay, under 100 miles but pretty close. You would think in that vast area of wilderness there

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Wildlife Watching on the Gunflint Trail

I have found the secret to viewing wildlife on the Gunflint Trail. All I have to do is leave my camera and phone at home and I’ll see plenty of wildlife. Just the other day I spotted a cow moose

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Gunflint Trail Fox Receives National Recognition

So the headline isn’t 100% accurate but a photographer from Burnsville, MN who took a photo of a fox on the Gunflint Trail received an award for the wildlife category of the Windland Smith Rice International Awards Competition, held by

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Sierra Club’s Funny Wildlife Photo Contest

I’ve seen dogs and fox dive down into the snow in search of mice or other critters but I can’t say I’ve seen one do a headstand in the snow before.

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Wildlife Photography by Nace Hagemann

It’s kind of sad when you have to use someone else’s pictures of a moose for a blog post. Seeing moose used to be an almost daily occurrence for me on the Gunflint Trail  but I have only seen one

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Wildlife in the Northland

A special treat from our local photographer David Johnson.

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Life is Good on the Gunflint Trail

The wildlife have been out and about on the Gunflint Trail lately. We saw a moose swimming in moose pond the other day and it seems every where we look we see another black bear. One cub was so small

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Good-Byes You Look Forward To

There are some good-byes you look forward to while others you do not.  In the case of the black bear that has been hanging around Voyageur this year we are hoping to see him leave soon. We wish he would

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Animal Activity at Voyageur

Critters are out and about at Voyageur Canoe Outfitters, some bigger than others. Mark spotted a grouse with over 20 chicks following closely and quickly behind her. He also saw a large snapping turtle digging holes to lay her eggs

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Moose Attacks Snowmobiler

Crazy but true a moose attacked a snowmobiler in Maine. I have yet to be attacked by a moose but I have had them huff and snort at me as well as charge me. In the instances when moose have

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