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© Lora Denis
July 25, 2023–Maya Davidson
Holland Marsh boardwalk tour © Christine Ambre
This past May, the Ontario Nature Youth Council set out to explore the wonders of wetlands on a field trip to Holland Marsh and Scanlon Creek Conservation Area. Together, with ...
March 31, 2023–Maya Davidson
Birds•Community Science•Recreation and Events•Youth
Hearing the distinct calls of red-winged blackbirds and spotting turkey vultures teetering on the wind reminds us that spring bird migration in Ontario is happening now. With one of the ...
February 2, 2023–Maya Davidson
Red osier dogwood in winter wetland © Duncan Rawlinson
Without the chorus of birdsong and frog calls heard in warmer months, it’s easy to picture wetlands as vacant in the winter. But appearances can be deceiving. Snow-blanketed ice transforms ...
September 22, 2022–Maya Davidson
Nature Reserves•Stewardship and restoration
Wilfrid Crozier Nature Reserve © Keeva Fitzpatrick
Since 1961, Ontario Nature’s Nature Reserves Program has protected vulnerable habitat across the province while providing opportunities for both scientific research and recreation. Crucial to the success of this program ...
October 22, 2021–Maya Davidson
Species at Risk•Wild Species
Queensnake © Scott Gillingwater
Ontario is full of fascinating species. With so many plants and animals found in Ontario, it can be overwhelming and difficult to know where to start. Ontario Nature’s popular online ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti