Loon Friendly Lakes

Tips for boaters, cottagers and other lovers of Loons & Lakes: To many Canadians a lake is just not right unless it has loons. Their mournful wails and ear-piercing calls are true symbols of Canadian wilderness. But, the common Loon

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Preventing the Spread of Invasive Species

Recreational boating is one of the joys of living by the water or having a cottage on a lake or river. BUT, invasive species “hitch hikers” can migrate to our lakes if vigilant precautions are not maintained by everyone. Invasive

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Threats to Pets in Rural Areas

Pets may be a perfect living companion, but if you are going to bring domesticated animals into an unfamiliar rural environment, proper precautions need to be taken. Here are a few key threats to watch for. Wild Animals: Domesticated pets...

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Encountering a Black Bear

Black bear frequent the Shawano area. Are you and your family “bear wise”? Some encounters may be more dangerous than others, so it is important to recognize the signs and know what to do to do and protect yourself. Know […]

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