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Ontario Nature is a charity that has been protecting wild species and wild spaces through education, conservation and public engagement since 1931.

Stop Highway 413!

Please join Ontario Nature in urging the federal government to step in and fulfill its obligations to protect waterways, at-risk species, migratory birds and fish and to achieve its climate commitments.

Proposed 413 Route, Old School Road with farm and escarpment view © Noah Cole

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Educational Resources for Teachers and Students: Integrating the Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas into the Classroom

The world of conservation is vast and intricate. A major challenge lies in fostering an...

Saving Ontario’s Disappearing Wetlands – the Goulbourn Wetland Complex

In a province already experiencing extensive wetland loss, one would think all efforts would be...

Monarch Butterflies in Ontario and How You Can Help

As spring unfolds and summer draws nearer, many migratory species are making their way back...

Troubled Turtles Gain Momentum with Grassroots Supporters

Turtles are among the most vulnerable species on the planet. Thankfully, in some parts of...

Answer the call of the wild. We provide Advocates for Nature with opportunities to speak up when nature needs you most.

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Ontario Nature’s free guides inform, inspire and bring readers closer to nature. Learn about the province’s fascinating wild species and wild spaces.

Nature Network

Made up of than 150 member groups, the Nature Network is the backbone of Ontario Nature. Together, we lead grassroots conservation initiatives.

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