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North Gwillimbury wetland © Tim Hagen
It seems like wetlands still can’t get any respect from many municipal politicians in Southern Ontario. A case in point: The Town of Georgina in York Region is bending over ...
September 2, 2016–Smera Sukumar
Fen at H.N. Crossley Nature Reserve © Smera Sukumar
The perk of being in conservation is the amount of time I spend outdoors. I had the pleasure of visiting 15 of Ontario Nature’s 26 nature reserves this summer. These ...
April 21, 2016–Ontario Nature
Community Science•Nature Reserves•Reptiles and Amphibians•Wetlands
Vernal pool, Altberg Nature Reserve © Noah Cole
After a warm winter and chilly start to spring, I joined my Ontario Nature co-workers at Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve for a good old-fashioned salamander sleuthing event, our first ...
March 21, 2016–Ontario Nature
What better day to celebrate vernal pools than March 21st – the International Day of Forests. Vernal pools are those temporary spring flooded areas in your forests. They are known ...
February 10, 2016–Joshua Wise
Cook’s Bay, Simcoe County © Joe Mabel
The momentum that’s building around growing the Greenbelt (#GrowOurGB) couldn’t come at a better time. The provincial government is currently discussing where and by how much our Greenbelt will grow. ...