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Ontario Nature has been protecting wild species and wild spaces through conservation, education and public engagement since 1931. Learn more.
From time to time we send emails about conservation news, our work and opportunities for you to get involved in protecting wild species and wild spaces in Ontario.
With your help, we can demonstrate that Ontarians care deeply about the office of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, and expect government to take meaningful steps to secure a brighter future for Ontario’s natural systems and environment.
Healthy mature forest canopy © David Coulson
Answer the call of the wild when you are most needed. As an Advocate for Nature, we’ll provide you with opportunities to raise your voice for Ontario’s wild species and wild spaces.
Join a local Christmas Bird Count this holiday season!
Winter bird watching offers us an exciting opportunity to observe unique and notable birds such...
We need a strong, independent Environmental Commissioner of Ontario
The Government of Ontario announced plans on November 15, 2018 to eliminate the office of...
Transforming Conservation: Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas in Ontario
This report, Transforming Conservation: Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas in Ontario, reflects the presentations, stories,...
10 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Footprint
Some of the environmental issues we face can seem daunting. But here are some small...
Debbie Gordon of the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance on their Aims and Objectives
Date: December 11, 2018
Christmas Bird Count
Date: December 14, 2018 - January 5, 2019
Magic of the Night Sky
Date: December 17, 2018
Duck Count for the Annual MNRF Waterfowl Census
Date: January 6, 2019
ON Nature magazine is an award-winning quarterly that brings readers closer to nature by exploring wild spaces, profiling wild species and providing insight on pressing environmental issues.
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Polar bears © Robert McCaw