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© Lora Denis
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
Ecology•Ontario Nature•Pollinators•Wild Species
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 ...
March 3, 2022–Kat Lucas
Conservation Authorities•Guest Blogger•Stewardship and restoration•Water•Wild Species
Redside dace © Jon Clayton
What’s black and white and red all over? OK, maybe just red on its sides?The redside dace (Clinostomus elongatus)! The redside dace is one of approximately 150 species of fish ...
August 5, 2021–Jennifer Ho
Species at Risk•Wild Species
Trumpeter Swan © Lisa Vanin
“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” – Aristotle Every living being has a story to tell. As an artist ...
May 6, 2021–Melina Damian
Birds•Habitat•Reduce Your Footprint•Wild Species
Display of 80 anthropogenic debris pieces found in a single nest © Melina Damian
When you think of a bird’s nest, what’s the first image that comes to mind? Probably a bunch of sticks and leaves bundled together – right? Unfortunately, for birds that ...
© Bill Lishman