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Let's Go Outdoors TV, S01E03 03/04/2012

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A Mexican Redknee Tarantula - a resident in the bug room at the Royal Alberta Museum A Mexican Redknee Tarantula - a resident in the bug room at the Royal Alberta Museum

Stories featured this week include:

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Elma is going to get A CLOSE look at some pretty remarkable bugs.

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Owl banding

We will meet a former school teacher who now spends his time banding owls.

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Canadian Birkebeiner

This annual ski race traces its roots back to nordic folklore.

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Mountain rescues

The Alberta Parks mountain rescue team trains for any high terrain eventuality. We spend an afternoon with this specialized team.

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Industry partners

University of Alberta researchers and Devon Energy look at how abandoned well sites can be regenerated with 500 year old seeds.

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Outdoor Guide

Brad Fenson has us looking through all kinds of lenses.

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Elusive Wolverines

We head out into the field with a biologist who spends his time tracking this iconic and rarely seen critter.

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Nature Alberta

A chat with the Executive Director of Nature Alberta to learn more about their programs and initiatives.

 

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