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    A breathtaking view of Waterton!
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    The night of last week's prescribed fire in the 1200-hectare 'Y-Camp' burn unit in Waterton Lakes National Park. The photo was taken from 'Knight's Hill' near the Entrance Parkway. It almost looks like a cityscape! Photo: Parks Canada / Adam Collingwood.
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    Elk enjoying their new surroundings the day after a prescribed fire in the 'Y-Camp' burn unit in the park.
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    Over the past two days, fire crews safely completed a successful prescribed fire in Waterton Lakes National Park. The objective of reducing tree encroachment onto important fescue prairie ecosystem was met.
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    The air operations team at work during the first day of the Y-Camp prescribed burn here in the park.
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    A birds-eye view of the first day of the Y-Camp prescribed fire in Waterton Lakes National Park. The purpose is to restore native fescue prairie by reducing aspen and evergreen encroachment onto the grasslands.
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    Please share widely! Waterton Lakes National Park
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    The Akamina Parkway is now OPEN to Cameron Lake. Visitors should be aware that avalanche hazard will remain for several weeks until snow has melted.
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    Farm to door delivery service of fresh milk from Wellman's farm on the north side of the park to as many as 200 full-time residents of Waterton Townsite from 1932 to 1951. Pictured here on the Waterton "Dairy Wagon" are Bob Wolsey, Edna, unknown and Keith Pilling, August 1934. #TBT
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    THANK YOU to over 200 volunteers who made a big contribution here in 2014. You’re why we celebrate National Volunteer Week! #NVW2015
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    These two photos show how fast the overnight snow melted today.
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    Ryan Peruniak works as a Fire Technician and Resource Conservation Specialist for Parks Canada here in Waterton. Congratulations, Ryan!
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    Throwback Thursday goes out to Waterton Lakes National Park #tbt
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    Throwback Thursday goes out to Waterton Lakes National Park #tbt
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    Bears are well known to use "rub trees" as scent posts to communicate their presence, but these trees also serve as a community bulletin board for many other species - moose, deer, elk, and cougar. Everyone’s interested in these trees, with all those hidden messages. Happy National #WildlifeWeek!
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    Things to do in Waterton this spring: Walk through the fescue grasslands and look for the first blooms of prairie crocus.
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    Camping reservations for Townsite Campground are now open (for reservations May 11 to September 13): https://reservation.pc.gc.ca/WatertonLakes
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    A 360-degree panoramic photo taken from the top of the Bear's Hump last week. Who plans to hike this trail this year?
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    We had a nice dusting of snow in the park overnight. It's melting fast though!
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    Townsite Campground, G section (electrical) bathroom and sites only, will be OPEN and on self-registration over the Easter weekend.

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