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March 16, 2023–Kirsten Lavine
American bittern © Kurayaba CC BY-SA 2.0
After a long winter, the arrival of the spring bird migration is a spectacle for the senses, while heralding warmer days to come. Between February and June, millions of North ...
December 21, 2022–Lesley Rudy
Boreal caribou © peupleloup CC BY-SA 2.0
The Government of Canada makes promises about protecting nature, but do you ever wonder how well they follow through? The Auditor General of Canada has a Commissioner of the Environment ...
December 12, 2022–Jake Guggenheimer
Wolverine, Species at risk © Ninara CC BY 2.0
Have you ever wondered how different species adapt to survive the coldest months of the year? Animals have different mechanisms to stay warm and source food when options are scarce, ...
October 14, 2022–Noah Cole
Advocacy•Environmental Education•Photography•Recreation and Events•Wild Species
Digiscoped Franklin's gull and killdeer © Andy Jones, Cleveland Museum of Natural History CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
There are a few published codes of practices for nature photographers, but here we’ve expanded the code to cover all nature watchers. Like all codes, it offers general guidelines that ...
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 ...