Manitoba’s annual crop of berries—saskatoons, raspberries and strawberries—come of age by late June. That’s also when legions of berry lovers hit fields across the province and harvest the sweet, luscious fruit for jams, pies and tarts.
With three major migration corridors and more than 390 species in the province, Manitoba is a birder’s paradise. The province’s diverse landscape—grasslands, wetlands, sub-arctic and Boreal forest areas—attract a diverse crowd of birds. Spring migration has started so keep your eyes to the skies to spot your favourite species.
Manitobans are crazy for cars and hot for hot rods. From spring to fall—at “show ‘n’ shines” and cruise nights across the province—that passion is parked on every corner.
Open water season can’t start soon enough for anglers itching to hit Manitoba’s rivers and lakes every spring. No matter what the weather, they’re out on opening day in the hunt for the big catch.