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October 20, 2023–Anne Bell
Indigenous Relations•Species at Risk•Wild Species
Black ash © Charlotte Cadow CC BY-NC 4.0
Ontario’s Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) is throwing precaution and good advice to the wind in its approach to protecting the endangered black ash. When the species was ...
August 10, 2023–Yogendra Shakya
Reptiles and Amphibians•Stewardship and restoration•Wild Species
Midland painted turtle © Scott Gillingwater
During our very first volunteer shift for Turtle Protectors, an Indigenous guided stewardship program supported by Indigenous Elders and community members in High Park, we were blessed to witness a ...
August 3, 2023–Ontario Nature Staff
Conservation News•Species at Risk•Wild Species
American ginseng © Grant Fessler CC BY-NC 4.0
News on the biodiversity front is mostly discouraging. So, when good news appears, we want to savour it and feel confident that it’s real. Unfortunately, under the Government of Ontario’s ...
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 12, 2023–Kelsea McKenna
Environmental Education•Reptiles and Amphibians•Wild Species
Eastern hog-nosed snake © Jessica Ferguson
If you asked people on the street about their greatest fear, many of them would say, snakes. In fact, snakes are one of the most common phobias amongst Canadians as ...
Cochrane area wildfire, 2023 © MNRF-AFFES