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Staunch supporter of proposed South Okanagan-Similkameen national park is skeptical of announcement.
Bob Handfield is president of the South Okanagan Naturalists’ Club.
Budding bird watchers, preserving habitat and plenty of books as gift ideas.
Bob Handfield is president of the South Okanagan Naturalists’ Club
I can’t understand why Christy Clark’s government is dragging its feet on the proposed South Okanagan - Similkameen National Park.
There are many times when it seems like trying to save Earth and its species from human indifference and stupidity is a losing battle.
Officially spring arrives when the sun crosses the equator on its journey north from its southernmost point.
I find it difficult to support the view of prohibiting all pipelines and I want to tell you where my doubts come from.
The nature of earthquakes and what we might expect here in the Okanagan in the way of future earthquakes.
Public opinion polls over the past 10 years show a vast majority of South Okanagan residents think nature contributes to quality of life.
Bob Handfield is president of the South Okanagan Naturalists’ Club and he writes a monthly column for the Penticton Western News.
Most Canadians probably agree that governments of all levels in Canada should obey the laws of the land.
Bob Handfield is a columnist for the Western News and past-president of the South Okanagan Naturalists’ Club.
Bob Handfield is past-president of the South Okanagan Naturalists’ Club..
Peak months for hummingbirds in the South Okanagan, here are some good practises for their feeders.
Democracy is indeed dead when it comes to Linda Larson representing her constituents.
One of the big questions is does culling actually work to save the target species?
Most of us, including myself, give very little thought to the environmental consequences of the different types of food that we serve.
Iconic Okanagan Valley bird that heralds spring’s arrival.
The Okanagan Valley is considered by many to be unique in Canada, and in some ways it is.