The reality of conservation: deciding whether to save or ignore endangered species


Animals, Hunting, Opinion, Outdoors, Science and Studies

With fall arriving, interactions with wild animals tend to be more numerous. As the temperatures drop, animals ramp up for winter and mating season. This time of year, hunting seasons open and bring forward the importance of conservation. Research out of the University of British Columbia was recently released, just in time for fall, concerning […]

October 1, 2018

A moment of reflection: what a hike can reveal


Blog, Hike, Outdoors

It’s hiking season! That’s what I keep telling myself even though I don’t see it being a thing for a few more weeks. I haven’t been on a hike since I found out I was pregnant in September 2016. Last season flew by and now we have the pleasure of being outside every day possible […]

May 2, 2018