Archive: Naturalist

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The sun will come up. It will cast a beautiful orange glow on the trees by the river. You've waited all night to get this perfect shot. Does this seem like a long way to go just to get a picture for your photo album? Well, maybe it is, but Michael Runtz, a naturalist and nature photographer believes it's worth the time. He'll be here to take your calls about nature, birding and photography. Show contains various clips from Superteachers and photos from Michael's book. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
Oct 02, 2001
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.