Trevor Herriot

Trevor Herriot is a prairie naturalist who writes books, essays, and radio documentaries about the intersection of culture and nature on the northern Great Plains

Latest from Trevor Herriot

First Person

How to do a (not quite) solo prairie walk

To rely completely on the leadership and decisions of others is to forgo some of the gifts that come with a ramble through unfamiliar terrain.
Opinion

What's behind the Sask. Party's enduring appeal in rural Saskatchewan?

To understand the shift that has moved all political parties to the right in this province, we need to look at the difficult political issues that get minimal attention from any campaigning party.

You don't need to be an expert birder to enjoy birds — just look up

People often assume that birding means you have to put a name on everything that flies into view. That may come later, with the help of binoculars, field guides and friends, but there is a lot of pleasure to be had simply from observing the common birds in your neighbourhood.
Opinion

'Divided is the place where we start on the road to united': Hope for our future lives on library shelves

Our very Canadian fear of conflict and division is often a barrier to social progress.

You don't need to be an expert birder to enjoy birds — just look up

People often assume that birding means you have to put a name on everything that flies into view. That may come later, with the help of binoculars, field guides and friends, but there is a lot of pleasure to be had simply from observing the common birds in your neighbourhood.

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