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    Happy howl-o-ween from Waterton Lakes National Park!
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    Several bat houses have been erected around the operations area here in Waterton Lakes National Park, capable of providing roosting habitat for several thousand bats. The bat homes were built ahead of a planned demolition of staff housing. These buildings were determined to be maternity roost colonies for the Little Brown Myotis, an endangered species in Canada. Waterton, home to at least 8 of Canada's 19 bat species, started a park-wide bat monitoring project in 2015 with over a dozen acoustic monitoring stations. #BatWeek
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    Good morning from Waterton Lakes National Park.
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    A spectacular scene near the Entrance Parkway this morning.
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    Please be extra careful when driving in the park at this time of year, especially around dusk, dawn and at night. Elk migrate to the Blakiston Fan every fall from September to November for the rut. During this time it is common to see several hundred elk in this area, including on the road.
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    We have quite a bit of snow at higher elevations. That's Vimy Peak in the background.
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    This stunning sunrise picture was captured by Dave Hallworth in October 2014. Thanks for sharing, Dave!

September

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    Want a rewarding, team building adventure for your group? Do what Stantec (Lethbridge) did. Get up close with the park by volunteering! Thank you Stantec. http://ow.ly/SCxFB
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    A bird's-eye view of the Waterton valley on the first day of fall, 2015.
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    Cameron Falls, at the south end of Waterton townsite, Waterton Lakes National Park. This photo was taken in early August, on an overcast morning, about 15 minutes before sunrise.
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    Cameron Falls, at the south end of Waterton townsite, Waterton Lakes National Park. This photo was taken in early August, on an overcast morning, about 15 minutes before sunrise.
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    It’s pristine again thanks to volunteer divers and those on shore who pulled 46 kg of litter from Cameron Lake. Unusual items included a householder thermometer, car tire, bike tire, walkie-talkie, camera and boat parts. 96% of the litter was pulled from the water by divers coordinated by Awesome Adventures of Lethbridge. Parks Canada volunteers cleaned the shores and bagged litter brought up by divers in this first organized clean-up of the lake. Thanks also to Cameron Lake Boat Rentals who kept their dock area clean all season.
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    I never get tired of this view looking down to Carthew Lakes as we descend down the pass having come up from Cameron Lake. The 20km Carthew-Anderson trail is one we have done several times. This time we decided to run it and I must say it was one of nicest trail runs I've done. Alberta Parks Waterton Lakes National Park
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    I never get tired of this view looking down to Carthew Lakes as we descend down the pass having come up from Cameron Lake. The 20km Carthew-Anderson trail is one we have done several times. This time we decided to run it and I must say it was one of nicest trail runs I've done. Alberta Parks Waterton Lakes National Park
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    Leavitt Scouts earned their forest badge this week volunteering in the park on Limber Pine monitoring. Congratulations! http://ow.ly/Szm8d
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    The last sunset of the summer was a beautiful one.
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    Some excited grade 5 students rolled into the park this week for the first of our fall Ecosystem Investigator Camps.
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    Waterton Wildlife Weekend 2015: Friday, September 18 to Sunday, September 20. http://ow.ly/SlMmu
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    The Ride the Red Rock cycling event will not take place this year due to much-needed reconstruction of the Red Rock Parkway. We would like to remind visitors that as of September 8, 2015 the Red Rock Parkway is closed to all public use because of dangerous road conditions and heavy equipment working.
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    It's starting to look a lot like fall.
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    Up for a challenge? Parks Canada interpreter Sharon will lead our Life on the Edge of the Park fall guided hike this Sunday (Sep 13), on Horseshoe Basin trail, up to a ridge overlooking one of Waterton's best-kept secrets. Distance: 17 km / 10.5 miles return (full-day hike). Cost: $44 per person. Contact 403-859-5133 to register.
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    Join Parks Canada interpreter Dylan on our first fall guided hike, this Saturday (Sep 12). Rowe Lakes - discover turquoise lakes and golden larch trees as they light up the subalpine in fall. Distance: 12.8 km / 8 miles return (full-day hike). Cost: $44 per person. Contact 403-859-5133 to register.
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    To avoid disturbing elk during the rutting season, Parks Canada has issued a seasonal area restriction on the Blakiston Fan. http://ow.ly/RZ8PQ

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