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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 ...
December 25, 2023–Lisa Kamenar
Community Science•Nature Reserves•Protected Places•Youth
Lost Bay Nature Reserve © Nhu Le
As the year ends, we’re reflecting on our conservation successes in 2023. We could not have done it without you – our members, partners, supporters, Nature Network groups and volunteers. ...
November 9, 2023–Teagan Netten
Community Science•Reptiles and Amphibians
American bullfrog © Jason King
The Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas (ORAA) is the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource on reptiles and amphibians in Ontario. From 2009 to 2019, researchers and community scientists recorded nearly ...
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 ...
Cochrane area wildfire, 2023 © MNRF-AFFES