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May 18, 2023–Zachary Pothier
Birds•Community Science•How To
Yellow-bellied sapsucker © Bill McDonald
The third Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas (Atlas-3) is a province-wide volunteer bird survey. Beginning on January 1, 2021, the community science project will run for five years. The object is ...
April 5, 2023–Guest blogger
Community Science•Indigenous Relations•Reptiles and Amphibians•Stewardship and restoration
The wondrous world of snakes, or gnebigoog, as we say in Anishinaabemowin, was explored last July when Ontario Nature’s Brittney Vezina and Christine Ambre met up with a group of ...
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 ...
October 6, 2022–Melissa Thomas
Climate Change•Community Science•Environmental Education•Nature Reserves•Protected Places•Stewardship and restoration
Dundas Valley © Dieter Staudinger
Earlier this summer, community science volunteers joined us to assess carbon at select Ontario Nature properties. This year, we have been working towards assessing the value of protected areas and ...
September 15, 2022–Guest blogger
For Youth Initiative X Ontario Nature Birdwatching Hike
Ontario Nature and For Youth Initiative hosted two hikes on May 7 and July 9 at Cedarvale Ravine in Toronto for youth in the Oakwood-Vaughan and York-South Weston communities. This ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti