Sunday September 03, 2017

Check out the awesome article about our recent weeklong trip to Mt. Edziza Provincial Park.  It’ll make you want to go there.

 

http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/news/local-news/mount-edziza-a-worthwhile-challenge-1.22369450

 

Group shot of all the participants of the recent club week-long trip.

 

 

Wednesday August 23, 2017

If you would like to see more of our cool hiking photos from our trips, then you should check out our Instagram page!  Yes, we really do have one.   And it’s pretty awesome!  https://www.instagram.com/caledoniaramblers/

Or find us at @caledoniaramblers on the Instagram app.

 

Wednesday August 23, 2017

Here’s a mere taste of the recent weeklong trip to Edziza Mountain.  These photos are taken by club member Sherry.

 

Tuesday August 08, 2017

Here’s a few from this past Sunday’s hike up Boulder Mountain.  Thanks Tim, for leading.

 

Sunday June 11, 2017

Sadly, the moose calf we rescued, didn’t make it. 😔. It passed away on Friday night.  At least it was given a fighting chance to live. Thanks for giving it that chance, Northern Lights Wildlife Society. And thank you, fellow Caledonia Rambler members for rescuing it.

 

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Friday June 09, 2017

Moose Calf Rescue

Five members of the Caledonia Ramblers rescued a moose calf caught in a barbed-wire fence Wednesday afternoon (June 7th) on their way home from a trail-clearing day on the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail. Dave King, Darren Adams, Nowell Senior, Ron Neukomm and Tim Gardner were driving east along Pelican Road, west of Blackwater Road, when they spotted the animal with no mother in sight. After the group freed the calf, Nowell and Ron tried to give it water. Although its right hind leg was badly injured, Darren made room in the back of his pickup for the calf and Dave lifted it into the vehicle. Ultimately the men decided to take the calf to the BC Parks office on Ospika Avenue and were able to contact local Parks head, Gary Van Spengen, before their arrival. A local conservation officer took possession of the calf, thought it might be saveable and planned to take it to a veterinarian as soon as possible.

Update!  Good news, we just learned the calf moose has been sent to the wildlife rehab
centre in Smithers.