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June 21, 2001 | Defenders Magazine | Published News | Dawn Hanna
Take a walk through northern Canada's boreal forest in summer and you could wander easily amongthe trees. Moss and lichen cover almost everything — rocks, trees, even the pits created by uprootedtrees. Other lichens drape tree branches like gossamer scarves. You might spy a snowshoe hare as itbounds deeper into the forest or a porcupine as it lumbers away. From above, a great horned owl mightcall its haunting refrain. Or you might be lucky enough to hear the long howl of a gray wolf. Were you to hike to the top...
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