Category Archives: Wildlife Info

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Trees of Northern Ontario

http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/ClimateChange/2ColumnSubPage/267028.html Take a look at all the Trees we can see in our area Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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Ear Falls Pine Marten on You Tube

Pine Marten Video Check out the Video Steve Just and Family took of a local Ear Falls Pine Marten eating while they were hunting deer this past fall. Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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Nathan’s First Trip to Pakwash Lake Camp, Ear Falls.

Nathan and I had a great trip to your resort last week, it was just right for his first fishing trip to Canada. The walleye fishing was great, there was wildlife and great scenery, and room to explore around camp and in town. Here are a few photos of some of the more memorable fish […]

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Ear Falls has gone to the Birds!

Even the local birds love Pakwash Lake Camp. Here is a partridge in our birch tree last week. Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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What type of Pet is your Fancy!

How about a pet marten? This little guy comes for some goodies up on Birch Lake.Pine Marten Habitat- Throughout Northwestern Ontario, preferring mature coniferous forests; also in mixed stands and cedar swamps; sometimes around picnic sites, logging camps and garbage dumps.Diet- Primarily a carnivore; rodents; also birds, insects, reptiles, fish, crayfish, fruits and carrion. It […]

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Winter Ice Road’s

With all the cold weather and little snow we have been lucky with the winter ice roads. Local ice travel and lake travel has been great for driving and even the local otter thought it was the quickest route! Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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Fish Biology and Identification Each fish species needs different habitats to carry out its life functions. The habitat a species needs varies with its life stage. Typical life functions include feeding, resting, hiding from predators, and spawning. Based on the water temperatures they need, fish species can be grouped into three broad fish communities: cold […]

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Species at Risk in Canada

Some interesting Wildlife Info to check outhttp://www.on.ec.gc.ca/wildlife/sarwheel/ec-sar-flash/index.html List of all Species at Risk http://www.sararegistry.gc.ca/sar/listing/schedules_e.cfm?id=1 Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/