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February 14, 2024–Ontario Nature Staff
Conservation News•Community Science•Reptiles and Amphibians
Vernal pool monitoring © Emma Horrigan
Did you know that over half of the reptile and amphibian species in Ontario are at risk of disappearing? This alarming fact highlights the crucial role of conservation efforts in ...
February 7, 2024–Raghuvamsh Chavali
Birds•Recreation and Events
Abstract Bird Photography 11 © Raghuvamsh Chavali
Worldwide, nature lovers, ornithologists, and photographers are always fascinated by the world of avian flight. Birds’ varied and complex flying patterns have a remarkable power to awe. This article takes ...
January 31, 2024–Kellsie Bonnyman
Conservation News•Campaigns and advocacy•Species at Risk
Rapids clubtail dragonfly © Dan Irizarry CC_BY-NC-SA 2.0
Yet again, the people of Ontario are witnessing an attempt by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) to weaken protections for the province’s species at risk. If approved, ...
January 29, 2024–Guest blogger
Conservation News•Campaigns and advocacy
Lake Nipissing shoreline wetlands © Vanessa Denov
As the Government of Ontario seeks input on its next budget, will it consider a golden egg from the federal government? A year has passed since COP15 – the United ...
January 25, 2024–Corina Brdar
Campaigns and advocacy•Land-use planning•Reduce Your Footprint•Stewardship and restoration
Contaminated tailings pond, Elliot Lake © MrFussyFont CC BY 2.0
Ontario is in a mining boom due to the urgent need to wean ourselves off fossil fuels. A transition towards renewable – also known as green – energy is essential ...
Please oppose the relentless drive to prioritize profits over environmental protection.
short-eared owl © JanetandPhil CC BY-NC-ND 2.0