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December 19, 2019–Jaklynn Nimec
As we count down the final days of the decade, we’re thinking back to the amazing things we accomplished for nature in 2019. We could not have done it without ...
November 15, 2019–Jaklynn Nimec
Larry Cornelius, Sydenham River Nature Reserve
26 properties, 3,108 hectares. 7,679 acres. Our Nature Reserve Program has been proudly protecting some of the province’s best remaining examples of imperiled and vulnerable habitats since 1961. Our province-wide ...
November 22, 2018–Jaklynn Nimec
Luther Marsh © Grand River Conservation Authority
The things we buy on Black Friday and Cyber Monday come and go, but nature is forever. That’s why this year we are devoting our Giving Tuesday cause to protecting ...
As days become longer and the warm weather arrives, thousands of birds migrate back to North America to nest. But first, they must survive the gauntlet of life-threatening obstacles in their way.
Many birds migrate at night, guided by the stars and constellations. In Toronto, as in other North American cities, migrating birds are attracted to the lights left on overnight in ...