The holiday season reminds us of what unites us as conservationists: values, traditions and memories.
Whether they’re crouched in a stubble field waiting for a flock to drop over their decoys, watching the sunset from the comfort of their deck chairs at the lake or walking the boardwalk outside the world-renowned Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre, wetland conservation is a journey father-daughter duo Claude and Liz Wilson are travelling together.
Read on Conservator.ca about how the Wilsons are living the conservation life as a family.
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