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© Lora Denis
October 12, 2023–Maya Davidson
Environmental Education•Indigenous Relations•Recreation and Events•Youth
Youth Summit for Mother Earth, 2023 © Gillian Johnson
This past September, the annual Youth Summit for Mother Earth returned for a fully in-person cross-cultural learning event held at Camp Wahanowin, on Chippewas of Rama First Nation territory. In ...
May 24, 2023–Ontario Nature Staff
Boreal Forest•Environmental Education•Habitat•How To•Recreation and Events•Species at Risk•Wild Species
American white pelicans © Rick Derevan CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Just in time for summer, Ontario Nature is pleased to present our new and updated guides to Northern Ontario. For hiking, canoeing, and other adventures, our Nature of the North ...
May 12, 2023–Kelsea McKenna
Environmental Education•Reptiles and Amphibians•Wild Species
Eastern hog-nosed snake © Jessica Ferguson
If you asked people on the street about their greatest fear, many of them would say, snakes. In fact, snakes are one of the most common phobias amongst Canadians as ...
February 16, 2023–Jacob Rodenburg
Environmental Education•Recreation and Events
Nature sketching nearby Lake Simcoe © Noah Cole
Do you feel it? The weight of the world? With pandemics, political discord, climate change, species depletion, habitat destruction, and pollution (just to name a few existential threats), many of ...
January 6, 2023–Renee Suzanne Lemieux
Environmental Education•Habitat•Wild Species
Boreal forest, Obatanga Lake © Scott Smithson
The name “Ontario” originates from an Iroquoian word meaning “sparkling” or “beautiful” water. With more than 250,000 lakes and countless rivers and streams, it’s not hard to see how our ...
Please oppose the relentless drive to prioritize profits over environmental protection.
short-eared owl © JanetandPhil CC BY-NC-ND 2.0