Top outdoors stories in northwestern Ontario for 2015

CBC Thunder Bay outdoors columnist Gord Ellis counts down his most memorable stories for 2015.

From lynx versus goat, to a talented taxidermist, 2015 had it share of memorable outdoors stories

Jamie Black, the owner of Black and Tan Taxidermy north of Thunder Bay, has been carving out a career for herself in taxidermy in 2015, but says being a female in her field has been difficult. (Gord Ellis)

For over 20 years, columnist Gord Ellis has been sharing outdoors stories from northwestern Ontario with listeners to CBC Radio Thunder Bay.

For Ellis, 2015 has been a standout year with tales of amazing animal encounters and colourful characters.

Listen as Gord Ellis revisits his most memorable outdoor columns of the past year.

Gord Ellis looks back at his favourite outdoor column stories from 2015. 12:13

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