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Fall from the Sky

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Join us for a flight over Haliburton Forest at the peak of the fall colour season. Watch a...

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Forestry Article in National Post

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In January 2015 the National Post published a great article about Peter Schleifenbaum and...

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Gray Jays a.k.a. "Whiskeyjacks"

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Haliburton Forest’s vast 80,000 acres offers all sorts of variety for visitors – from different...

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It is rutting season at Haliburton Forest ...

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The time when the first night frosts appear and the forests change into their spectacular...

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Male and Female Maple Trees, Really?

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Now that we know why the leaves change colour in autumn (if you missed it, read Peter’s Fall...

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Fall Colours in the Forest

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It's that time of year again, when children go back to school, the days are getting shorter, the...

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Ontario's Tallest White Pine

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The tallest eastern white pine in the province calls Haliburton Forest its home!

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Mighty Mites and Their Impact on the Forest

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Microscopic mites living on leaves in the canopies of our forests can have a big impact on a...

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Birds of the Season at the Forest

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As the Artist in Residence of Haliburton Forest, birding has given me countless hours of...

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Moose Family

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After a long winter, the forest comes back to life in late spring. Everywhere you look, signs of...

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The Living Forest, Part Two

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The "Living Forest" is how Haliburton Forest has been appropriately and frequently described by...

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Pet Logs / Shiitake Bolts

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Shiitake Mushrooms are an edible Japanese variety of mushroom, which have a meaty texture and a...

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