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Category: In The Forest
Aerial video of fall colours at Haliburton Forest taken with a CJI Vision+ drone.
Help us name our three little wolf puppies and win a great prize !
Gray jays (a.k.a. whiskeyjacks) observed at Haliburton Forest after a few years without them. Photos of gray jays stealing food from dogs and scavenging deer hide
Read about moose bulls and the rutting season !
Why are Red Maple trees so colourful and even have different colours on one leaf?
Why are the fall colours so spectacular at Haliburton Forest?
Haliburton Forest is home to the tallest eastern white pine in Ontario.
Microscopic mites living on leaves in the canopies of our forests can have a big impact on a forest, sometimes bigger then the impact of moose or deer. That's why a research team investigated mites at Haliburton Forest in 2012.
As the Artist in Residence of Haliburton Forest, birding has given me countless hours of adventure through every season of the year. Winter brings many changes to the Forest, there may be fewer birds around in the winter, but you might find them easier to see. The leaves are gone, the temperature has dropped and...