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Let's Go Outdoors TV, S02E05 03/10/2013

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Season Two - Episode 5

Stories featured this week include:

images/stories/TV/Ep_5_2013/spotter_150px.png Working in a forest fire tower
Do you think you have what it takes to be a Lookout Observer in a forest fire tower? We take a look at this unique outdoor career. Views are spectacular, but the lifestyle is not for everybody.
images/stories/TV/Ep_5_2013/Mary_bow.png Mary learns to shoot a bow
Mary continues with her outdoor education. This time she is sizing up some archery equipment and learning how to deliver an arrow to the target. Do you believe in first-timer's luck? Mary does!
images/stories/TV/Ep_5_2013/Camera.png Protecting the environment around pipelines
We look at a state-of-the-art photo reconnaissance system that can help an energy company monitor and quickly respond to problems across their vast territory of pipelines. It's game-changing technology with positive implications for the environment.
images/stories/TV/Ep_5_2013/LH_park_people.png Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park
One of the newest provincial parks, Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park is home to a diverse waterfowl population. Located adjacent to a major city, this park serves as a hub for environmental education for urban populations.
images/stories/TV/Ep_5_2013/Game_trail.png Golden Ranches Conservation Site
Golden Ranches just east of Edmonton offers over 1300 acres for walking, duck hunting, primitive weapons hunting for deer and moose, or simply bird watching. We spent an afternoon exploring the trails.
images/stories/TV/Ep_5_2013/Falcon.png Peregrine Falcons heading home
It's moving day for some captive-bred Peregrine Falcon chicks! These birds are being returned to traditional nesting grounds along the Pembina River. We were there to witness this environmental success story.

 

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