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June 10, 2022–Bipin Dhinsa
Io moth, Gananoque Lake Nature Reserve © Alice Dabrowski
Do you get this question a lot? I do, so let’s think about how to answer it. Insects don’t have to be of any human value in order for them ...
April 29, 2022–Victoria MacPhail
Bumble bees are important pollinators in Ontario, but it is estimated that one third of them are in decline. We need more information to better conserve them, and researchers are ...
March 19, 2021–Miranda Baksh
Pollinators•Species at Risk•Wild Species
American bumble bee © Thom Wilson CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
The decline of bees worldwide has been of scientific and public concern in recent years, yet their diversity in Canada is not fully understood. From drilling through wood, cutting leaves, ...
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 17, 2017–Anne Bell
Pollinators•Species at Risk
Long-horned bee © Diana Troya
Today we were granted the right to speak up for Ontario’s wild pollinators. In a David and Goliath scenario, we entered federal court last week to fight for the right ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti