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The snakes of Narcisse High

The arrival of spring signals the height of the social scene at Narcisse High, where tens of thousands of red-sided garter snakes emerge from their dens — their winter hideout, where I’m sure they’ve spent the whole time Snapping their friends and sleeping until all hours of the day. But now these

Manitoba’s world records

In the spirit of Olympic record-breaking performances, here are some of Manitoba’s own world records. Largest mosasaur on display Bruce, the massive mosasaur fossil on display at Morden’s Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre holds the Guinness World Record in this category. At 13.05 m (42.815 ft), it

Indiana Jones for the day

Meet thousands of frenzied snakes, decipher ancient writing on rock walls, dig for fossils and venture into cavernous depths. Manitoba’s natural wonders match any adventure had by film hero and archaeologist Indiana Jones. World’s largest snake pits Located between the towns of Narcisse and Inwood,

I 🍀 MB: A leprechaun’s tour of Manitoba

With St. Patrick’s Day approaching, naturally we wondered what a day in the life of a leprechaun might look like in Manitoba. These mischief-makers are drawn to gold, lucky charms, rainbows and all things green, making Manitoba quite the destination for these Irish fairies. If you spot one, be sure

Top 10 wildlife encounters

Do you have wildlife wanderlust? It’s that feeling you get when you spot a wild animal on your travels – the one that leaves you mesmerized and tingling with excitement. Ranging from the dangerous to the unique to the elusive, Manitoba is full of wildlife encounters you will never forget. Here are