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At the end of March, Tamias was riding its bike when it was nearly struck by a pickup truck.
Continue reading Cortes Cyclist nearly struck by pickup truck
Over the past couple of years, electric bikes, or e-bikes, have begun to be a regular appearance on Cortes roads.
Today, we’ll hear from a few local e-bike users, ask them about their bikes and their experience riding on Cortes.
Continue reading e-Bikes on Cortes Island: 2021 update
An injured Red-Tailed Hawk was recovered and recently released by a local wildlife advocate.
Cortes Currents reached Autumn Barrett-Morgan at home, by zoom, for the story.
Continue reading Cortesians rescue Red-tailed Hawk, forge relationship with MARS
You may have seen a couple of tiny homes just outside the Linnaea Farm parking lot and wondered, what’s the story with those?
Well, that would be the right question to ask – the tiny homes are a multi-faceted project of Robert Carrington, aka Bobbie Noobie.
Continue reading a couple of tiny homes outside linnaea farm
This program was funded by a grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada and the Government of Canada’s Local Journalism Initiative.
Today we hear a first-hand account of a concerning hunting episode on October 24 in Smelt Bay, Cortes Island. We’ll hear from Conservation Officer Brad Adams, a local authority on the laws around hunting. And then we’ll take a deeper dive with Sabina Leader Mense into some ecological considerations of hunting around Cortes.
Continue reading Cortes Island Goose Hunt Frightens Resident, Excites Ecologist and Could Be Lawful