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outdoorlife canada 클럽 회원님 및 방문자님들께

 

yesican입니다 참으로 오랫만에 방문해보니 그동안 함께 활동하였던 회원님들과의 즐겁고 행복했던 시간이 아쉬움과 함께 추억으로 남아 있습니다. 어떤 인연으로 그렇게 함께 즐거웠던 시간을 보낼 수 있었는지 감사하게 생각합니다. 만남과 헤어짐은 정해진 순리이지만 함께 하였던 순간들은 영원히 잊혀지지 않을 것입니다 저를 비롯하여 회원님들이 각자의 바쁜생활로 예전처럼 활동 하지 못하지만 항상 마음속에 소중하게 담겨져 있습니다

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OUTDOOR LIFE CANADA..........카나다에서 여행과 자연활동에 관한 나눔의 장입니다.
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Red Clovermeadow 2005-10-27
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Red clover





Red clover; introduced from Europe.

Flower: Purple-red or magenta, dense globe-shaped flower clusters; tubular, sweet-smelling, ~up to 2 cm across, May - September.

Leaves: Alternate, compound, with 3 leaflets, each 2 - 5 cm long; leaflets display a pale-coloured inverted "V-shaped" pattern on the upper surface.

Stem: Green, hairy, with nodes.

Height: up to 50 cm.

Habitat: Open fields and grassy waste areas.

Interest: Only bumble-bees and butterflies have the mouth parts equipped to reach down into the individual flowers to reach the nectar. The word clover comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for club - cloefer. This refers to the three-knotted club that belonged to Hercules. The design for the club suit in a deck of playing cards is taken from the clover leaf.

Language of Flowers: Means "industry" or "Dedication". The four-leaf clover means "Good luck".

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Alfalfa (pea family)meadow 2005-10-27
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Alfalfa (pea family)





Alfalfa (pea family): introduced from Europe as a forage plant; perennial.

Flower: Ovate cluster up to 5 cm long, blue-violet or purplish; up to 1 cm long; 5 united sepals, 5 united petals; short spikes, May to October.

Leaves: Clover-like, alternate, compound, composed of 3 oval hairy leaflets; terminal leaf is stalked; lateral leaves are stalkless.

Stem: Green

Seed: Seed pods are shaped like coiled spirals in August-September.

Height: up to 1 m.

Habitat: Fields and roadsides adjacent to fields.

Other: Alfalfa - a friend of the farmer. Alfalfa is used as a high quality component of forage mixtures for cattle. Alfalfa is also important for soil enrichment, soil water holding capacity improvement, mulch, and extraction of deep minerals and nitrogen. Alfalfa takes the nitrogen from the air and adds it to the soil. This helps improve the soil and allows the plant to grow in poor soil. The plant has deep tap root that may penetrate up to 30 m below the surface. Alfalfa is even used by humans for nutritional tablets and alfalfa sprouts! Alfalfa is a very nutritious food. Its calcium, carotene, chlorophyll, and vitamin K content make alfalfa an important nutritional supplement.

Location: Burwash
Date: July 14, 2001

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Ciliolate Astermeadow 2005-10-15
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Ciliolate Aster






Ciliolate Aster; also known as Lindley's aster or Fringed Blue Aster.

Flower: Rays are pink to pinkish-purple or white; floral bracts very narrow, smooth; usually less than 50 flower heads in a cluster; 12 - 25 blue ray flowers; late summer.

Leaves: Alternate; commonly as basal leaves on nonflowering plants; basal and lower stem leaves egg-shaped to heart-shaped that taper to a sharp-pointed tip, rounded or heart-shaped at the base, sharply toothed.

Stem: Smooth, unbranched, sparingly leafy; short woody base.

Height: Up to 1 m.

Habitat: Forest habitats on mineral and organic soils, along forest margins, in open woodlands, along roadsides, in old fields and clearings.

Location: Burwash
Date: September 4, 2000.

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Aster,meadow 2005-10-15
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Aster


Aster, Small white
Flower: White, about 8 mm wide, 15-30 ray flowers; green-tipped bracts beneath heads; mostly clustered along one side of branches; August-October.

Leaves: Stem leaves- 7-12 cm long, linear to lanceolate, untoothed; branch leaves- smaller.

Stem: Smooth, slender, purple-tinged; branched.

Height: 60-150 cm.

Other: There are many varieties of small flowered aster.

Location: Burwash
Date: September 4, 1999.

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American vetchmeadow 2005-10-01
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American vetch
American vetch; also known as American Purple Vetch, Mat Vetch; native perennial.

Interest: The flowers have both male and female organs and are pollinated by Insects, which makes the plant self-fertile. Like other members of the pea family, American Vetch fixes Nitrogen from the air into the soil, thus improving poor soils. In folklore, the leaves have been used by women as a love medicine. This climbing plant attaches itself to other plants using tendrils.

Flower: Lavender to purple flowers; loose clusters; long; tube-like with long, one-sided sides 1-2 cm long; May - July.

Leaves: Compound with 8-12 pairs of narrow leaflets, each up to 2 cm long; a pair of tendrils occurs at the end of each leafstalk.

Stems: Trailing or climbing.

Height: up to 140 cm.

Habitats:Open places in woods along road sides and fences, and dry meadows.

Language of Flowers: For some, American Vetch means "I give myself permission to be here".

Location: top of Crystal Lake Mountain, Thunder Bay
Date: June 10,
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Fringed Yellow Loosestrifeforest 2005-10-01
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Fringed Yellow Loosestrife




Fringed Yellow Loosestrife; also known as Fringed Loosestrife, Lowland Yellow Loosestrife; perennial.

Family: Primrose (Primulaceae)

Flowers: Yellow with a maroon-coloured centre; nodding flowers that face downwards; 5 petals; petals are fringed or slightly toothed, round tips, may be slightly joined at base; flowers are 1.5 2.5 cm across; stalks occur in leaf axils; June - August.

Leaves: Opposite; Narrow and lance-like; up to 15 cm long; fringed leaf stalks.

Stem: Erect, may be branched or sprawling.

Height: Up to 1 m.

Habitat: Moist wooded slopes, sometimes in open meadows or swamps, sometimes on lakeshores.

Location: Thunder Bay, High Falls area.
Date: July 29, 2002

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Purple Clematisforest 2005-10-01
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Purple Clematis



Purple Clematis; woody vine; also known as Western Blue Virginsbower

Family: Crowfoot or Buttercup

Flower: Purple; 4 bluish to purple sepals, 3-5 cm long; usually solitary; located in leaf axils; May - early June.

Leaves: Opposite; trifoliolate; occasionally in whorls of 3; deciduous; ovate- to heart-shaped with a pointed tip; 4-7 cm long and about 3 cm wide; margins may be coarsely toothed.

Stem: Trailing, woody; smooth branches.

Height: Trailing to a length of 5 m or more, but may climb vertically to that height.

Habitat: In forest and forest margins. Climbs on trees and shrubs or trails along the ground in clearings, on talus slopes, and on hills, often in wooded to open areas.

Interest: The fruit occurs as a fluffy seed head in July - September. The purple colour of the flower is easily seen by spring insects. Although photographed in the Thunder Bay area, Purple Clematis occurs on Manitoulin Island and as far north as New Liskeard. The name Clematis is the Greek word for "long, easily bent branches".

Location: Thunder Bay, High Falls area.
Date: June 12, 2003

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Sweet Cicelyforest 2005-10-01
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Sweet Cicely




Sweet Cicely.
Flower: White; less than 1.5 mm wide; 5 petals; flat-topped clusters; May - June.

Leaves: Alternate, fern-like, pinnately divided, toothed leaves; blunt-toothed or lobed leaflets; 1-10 cm long.

Stem: Hairy.

Height: 45-90 cm.

Habitat: Moist woods.

Interest: The roots and stems have a licorice-like smell and taste when crushed.

Location: Sudbury
Date: June 15, 2003
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Early Coralrootforest 2005-10-01
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Early Coralroot




Early Coralroot; also known as Northern Coralroot; perennial.

Flower: Pale greenish-yellow, sometimes tinged with red-brown; three-lobed lip is distinctive once observed;sepal forms a hood; 3-20 flowers at top of stem; individual flowers are about 1 cm long; 6 floral parts with a white lobed lip; late May to end of June.

Leaves: No leaves.

Stem: Smooth, leafless, green or greenish-yellow with tubular sheaths at the base.

Height: 4-20 cm; mot very tall so you have to look carefully.

Habitat: Found in cold-bottom or cool, moist mixed forests, swamps, bogs, coniferous forests, along wooded streams and in wet meadows.

Interest: Tends to form large clumps and extensive colonies. It is a species that occurs around the world in the Boreal and Mixed Forest Regions and adjacent regions of the Deciduous Forests and Tundra.

Location: Paddy Creek trail
Date: May 31, 2003
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Tall white lettuceforest 2005-10-01
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Tall white lettuce




Tall white lettuce; also known as White Rattlesnakeroot, Lion's-foot, Rattlesnake-root, White-lettuce; native perennial herb.

Flower: White, cream-coloured, or pinkish; clusters along the stem of small, dangling cylindrical flowers; only tips of ray flowers protrude beyond the cylinder of bracts; flower heads about 1 cm long, consists of 8-12 ray flowers; no disk flowers; prominent stamens; July - September.

Leaves: Variable; up to 20 cm long; smooth; lower leaves are grossly triangular, lobed or unlobed; uppermost leaves may be lanceolate.

Stem: Hosts clusters of flowers; smooth; milky sap

Height: 60-120 cm.

Habitat: Moist, organic-rich deciduous forests

Interest: Some Prenanthes roots were once used as a remedy for snakebite, hence the alternate name "Rattlesnake root". There are several species of Rattlesnake-roots, all of which have drooping flower heads, distinctly lobed leaves, and milky juice.

Location: Killarney Provincial Park
Date: August 16, 2002
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