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July 9, 2020

Editor Michelle Kelly sits down with Elamin Abdelmahmoud to reflect on his 2019 Cottage Life article “Breaking the Colour Code” and to discuss race and how people of colour experience the culture of cottaging. Resident bird-lover Liann Bobechko is back to share why we should give a hoot about owls and their calls. And we take a look at how nature can help us come together to find our roots as a community, whether at the cottage or as a country.

 

Special thanks to:
Elamin Abdelmahmoud
Read “Breaking the Colour Code,” by Elamin Abdelmahmoud (Cottage Life magazine, Mar/Apr 2019)
You can find Elamin on Twitter: @elamin88

 

Articles referenced:
On the Power of Tradition” by Stephen Marche (Cottage Life magazine, Early Summer 2017)

 

Related resources:
Owl sounds provided by: Barred owl (northern): William W. H. Gunn / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML59801)
Great horned owl (Great Horned): Lucie R. Gunn / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab (ML59823)

 

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