The pine marten is an elusive nocturnal mammal about the size of a house cat. Studies show that martens cannot tolerate habitat fragmentation.
Frosty winter landscape in Quebec.
The greeting card is blank inside; printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper, measures 5” x 7” and comes with a 100% recycled envelope.
Snow-covered conifers near the Bowron River in the wild Cariboo region of British Columbia.
Puffed up feathers provide insulation to conserve body heat during cold northern winters.
The Lions are the famous twin peaks seen across the water from downtown Vancouver.
Frozen ice crystals - minus 40 degrees- on the Vermilion River in Kootney National Park.
A thick blanket of snow envelopes the Stoltmann Wilderness forest in wintertime.
Hoarfrost on trees near Riding Mountain National Park, MB.
Winter snow blankets high elevation Cascade Mountains ridge at Christmas time near Chilliwack,BC, Canada.
The red-breasted nuthatch, sometimes called the Canadian nuthatch, is one of the most common of the hearty birds that over-winter in the forests across Canada.
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