Author Archives: David Pugh

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

May long weekend camping has, as for so many families, become a tradition for us.  Living in a “two season” province, this annual ritual feels in many ways like the start of summer and it’s nicely timed for some spring … Continue reading

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Birds of the Gulf Islands

This past week has been full of excitement for my Grade 9 students as they prepare for their upcoming sailing trip in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia. I’ve been busy with my own preparations as well, so I thought … Continue reading

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Taxidermy for Birders: Birding the Canadian Museum of Nature

Hello everyone and welcome to my inaugural post for the Bird Canada blog!  My name is David Pugh and I’m a birder from Calgary, Alberta who writes a blog named, with shocking originality, “A Calgary Birder”.  If you would like … Continue reading

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