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March 31, 2023–Maya Davidson
Hearing the distinct calls of red-winged blackbirds and spotting turkey vultures teetering on the wind reminds us that spring bird migration in Ontario is happening now. With one of the ...
December 30, 2022–Lisa Kamenar
Ontario Nature staff 2022 © Noah Cole
At the outset of 2023, we’ve spent some time reflecting on our accomplishments and wins for nature throughout 2022. We could not have done it without you – our members, ...
August 24, 2022–Lesley Rudy
South Shore Safari, Ontario Nature Annual Gathering 2018 © John Hassell
Across the province, our Nature Network groups are protecting wild species and wild spaces in their local areas. Ontario Nature helps connect these groups to each other and to provincial ...
May 29, 2022–Ontario Nature Staff
Nottawasaga Valley, Greenbelt © John Vetterli CC BY-NC 2.0
Community involvement defines Ontario Nature’s character and approach.Together withour member groups and individual members,we are the voice for nature in Ontario and are buildinga natural legacy for future generations. This year, the awards celebrated 10 inspirational and industrious winners. Please join us in congratulating and thanking therecipients fortheir vital contributions...
December 26, 2021–Melina Damian
Virginia bluebells along the Sydenham River © Smera Sukumar
As 2021 winds down, we would like to celebrate the end of the year by sharing some of our accomplishments and wins for nature. Thanks to you – our members, ...