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Bell Island, Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula in Conception Bay

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Mirrored double rainbow in Naden Harbour, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia Canada

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PEI

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Aerial view of a giant beluga whale pod in Cunningham Inlet, Canada. Every year thousands of belugas migrate here so that they can have a body scrub in the shallows. This helps them to moult their dead skin, which makes them more streamlined.

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    amazing!

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    Yes, I wish I was kayaking with them!

Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada

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Morning canoe in Basshaunt Lake, Ontario, Canada.

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Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada

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I've always been fascinated by the stories of the wild horses & Sable Island.

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Harp seal pup. Canada, 2002

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Tobermory, Ontario Canada

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Canada Thistle

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Kluane National Park and Reserve, Yukon, Canada

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glaciology cabin near sentinel glacier, british columbia, canada. photographed by mike conlan.

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Beaver

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CANADA WILD RYE. Hairy wild rye (Elymus villosus) has similar nodding spikes, but the awns are straight, not curved and twisted like those of Canada Wild Rye and the spikes are smaller. Also, Hairy Wild Rye is almost always found in shadier woodland or woodland edge habitat. Virginia wild rye (Elymus virginicus) has straight spikes that usually are partly enclosed in the upper leaves and its awns are straight.

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Kayakers on the Bay of Fundy

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balancing rock at Kamloops Lake, first called "Coyote Rock" by the First Nations

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North Saskatchewan River, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.

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Helmcken Falls, Wells Grey Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

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Mingan Archipelago, Quebec

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Thunderheads near Briarcrest, Saskatchewan

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Last Light at Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia, Canada

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