799 words by 1 writer in Aireys Inlet & Wasaga Beach

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Beach, anthropology

Anthropology on the Beach

by David Wade Chambers

Wasaga beach — Two years ago I spent a few days visiting Georgian Bay, an arm of Lake Huron a few hours north of Toronto. As an Australian who, for the past 35 years, has lived in a beach-side community positioned ...

indigenous, birds, Brandon Story Class

Moon, Water, Bronzewing and the Origin of Death

by David Wade Chambers

Aireys inlet — The Common Bronzewing features in a number of Aboriginal Dreamtime stories, perhaps in part because this attractive pigeon is known as a reliable guide to water sources. Certainly, at our place, you...

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