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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 18, 2023–Zachary Pothier
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 ...
January 13, 2023–Zachary Pothier
Our planet’s natural environment is under unprecedented stress. The good news is that you can help restore a healthy planet by reducing your environmental footprint, and we’re here to help ...
February 1, 2018–Aidan Brushett
Ontario’s native pollinators are critical to ensuring effective plant reproduction and maintaining healthy, thriving ecosystems. With habitat loss, pesticide use, and climate change affecting pollinator health, there’s a lot at ...
July 20, 2017–Cali Fox
Blacklegged tick © CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Hiking and camping season has arrived and with it, ticks. Here’s what you need to know about protecting yourself from ticks when you’re outdoors this summer.