Category Archives: Botany

Frilly flowers

From an email by Jocie to the Botany Group on July 31. The last day of July….sigh…what a great month it is for plants! Here are some fun photos from John B: “Plants which like to show off their frilly … Continue reading

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Plants of Forbidden Plateau

From an email by Jocie to the Botany Group on July 25. I recently hiked the plateau traverse (from Wood Mountain to Paradise Meadows: 28 km) with Mandy and Krista, spending one night at Mackenzie Lake. We had a great … Continue reading

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Rare orchid from White Ridge

Catching up with communications in the Botany Group during July. This is from an email from Jocie to the group on July 20. Frank Hovenden and Jack Bindernagel recently did a trip to White Ridge, a provincial┬ápark that is accessed … Continue reading

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Tennant Lake flowers

Catching up with communications in the Botany Group during July. This is from an email from Jocie to the group on July 19. Last week I was camping with the family at Ralph River (south end of Buttle Lake, in … Continue reading

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