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© Lora Denis
February 17, 2011–John Urquhart
Reptiles and Amphibians•Species at Risk
Snapping turtle © Joe Crowley
Question: How is it that the Ontario government can include snapping turtles on the provincial endangered species list while at the same time allowing, and even encouraging, the hunting of ...
February 17, 2011–John Hassell
Kawartha Lakes cross-country skiing
Even though I work at a conservation organization, I don’t get out much during the work week. It is not for a lack of desire, I’ve always loved nature. But ...
December 21, 2010–Mark Carabetta
Kinghurst syrup camp
One of the things I like most about my job at Ontario Nature is the opportunity to interact with people who have a very deep interest in natural places. Not ...
December 14, 2010–Conor Mihell
ON Nature Magazine
Floating litter © Duncan Rawlinson
That the majority of Ontarians don’t have a clue where their garbage ends up after its left at the curb has as much to do with society’s general lack of ...
May 12, 2010–Allan Britnell
Birds•ON Nature Magazine
It seems we can add smaller birds to the growing list of impacts climate change is already having on the planet’s flora, fauna and habitats. A joint Swiss–U.S. study of ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti