7 | Earth Watch
Lead shot banned for waterfowl hunting; can Quetico’s wilderness survive?; forest management; Temagami: five lost years; the Morris Tract: a jewel in our midst.
27 | Birder’s Notebook
Were they just quiet today?
By Ted Cheskey
35 | Insider
New structure for FON council; conference report.
14 | Presqu’ile Reborn
The upcoming management plan offers a rare chance to set a new direction for one of Ontario’s finest parks.
By Doug McRae
20 | Photo Firsts
“A once-in-a-lifetime shot,” said the judges in choosing the Best in Show winner of our 1995 Photo Contest. Judge for yourself.
On the cover
24 | Off the Beaten Path in Algonquin
Craving solitude in this popular park? Here’s where the experts fo to be alone with wildlife and wilderness.
By Tim Turner
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