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February 22, 2024–Jakob Mueller
Conservation News•Invasive Species
Elm zigzag sawfly © dinodancer
Invasive species are a major contributor to biodiversity loss, and new arrivals are a particular concern. However, some invasive species get more attention than others. You may have heard about ...
January 11, 2024–Kellsie Bonnyman
Conservation News•Indigenous Relations•Invasive Species•Stewardship and restoration
Phragmites removal © Lambton Shores Phragmites Community Group
After a decade-long run, Ontario is making some timely adjustments to the provincial Invasive Species Strategic Plan (2012). To guide updates to the plan, the government invited the public to ...
July 12, 2023–Nhu Le
Invasive Species•Nature Reserves•Youth
Hiking through the forest to look for salamanders © Nhu Le
At Ontario Nature, we have amazing opportunities to connect with youth on our nature reserves. One of these annual opportunities happens with a school near Gananoque, eastern Ontario. Bringing the ...
July 8, 2022–Jake Guggenheimer
Invasive phragmites along a roadside © Emma Horrigan
Warm weather is here, and people have started to travel across the province from near and far. Images of canoeing across a glassy lake, reeling in a feisty fish, or ...
January 13, 2022–Keeva Fitzpatrick
Invasive Species•Nature Reserves
Common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) displaying its characteristic black berries © Eli Sagor
Caring for our nature reserves involves a wide range of actions, from preventing invasive species establishment to restoring habitats and conducting species surveys. However, despite our efforts, invasive species are ...
Cochrane area wildfire, 2023 © MNRF-AFFES