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Listen to RealAudio  On A Wild Ontario River, North To James Bay (6:36) 06/28/04 The Kesagami River flows north through some of the wildest country in Ontario, before draining into James Bay. Earlier this month, a group led by St. Lawrence University's outdoor program paddled the river. The ten-day expedition was part of a research effort aimed at producing the first detailed guidebook for whitewater rivers in the region. Brian Mann made the trip this year and sent this audio postcard.

Note: Portions of the audio in Brian's story sound distorted because his microphones were soaked repeatedly.
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© 2004 North Country Public Radio. Photos: courtesy Jonathan Angus, a St. Lawrence University from Rochester.