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May 23, 2019–Emma Horrigan & Dr. Julia Riley
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)•Reptiles and Amphibians•Species at Risk
Nesting snapping turtle © Julia Riley
Turtles, often referred to as modern day dinosaurs, with their distinctive domed, bony shell, are easy to recognize. This unique armoured architecture provides turtles with protection from predators. However, despite ...
May 25, 2018–Ontario Nature Staff
Conservation News•Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
If you’d like to vote for nature in the upcoming provincial election, the results of a survey conducted for the Green Prosperity groups will be of interest. Thirteen leading environmental ...
May 8, 2018–Danielle Duchin
Conservation News•Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)•Greenbelt and Greenway
Guelph, Speed River © David Coulson
There has been a lot of talk about development on the Greenbelt lately and if that doesn’t make you nervous, it should. Destroying the Greenbelt by building new subdivisions on ...
March 21, 2018–Kelsey Bedard
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)•Reptiles and Amphibians
Snapping turtle © James Paterson
With spring’s arrival, reptiles are beginning to emerge in Ontario. But have you ever wondered what they do during our cold, snowy winters? Reptiles don’t migrate, so what do they ...
January 1, 2016–Ontario Nature Staff
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)•Nature Reserves
Malcolm Bluff Shores Nature Reserve hike
The following are interim guidelines applicable to all nature reserves until such time as Management Plans are developed for nature reserves. It is understood that Management Plans will set out ...