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© Lora Denis
December 25, 2023–Lisa Kamenar
Community Science•Nature Reserves•Protected Places•Youth
Lost Bay Nature Reserve © Nhu Le
As the year ends, we’re reflecting on our conservation successes in 2023. We could not have done it without you – our members, partners, supporters, Nature Network groups and volunteers. ...
October 12, 2023–Maya Davidson
Environmental Education•Indigenous Relations•Recreation and Events•Youth
Youth Summit for Mother Earth, 2023 © Gillian Johnson
This past September, the annual Youth Summit for Mother Earth returned for a fully in-person cross-cultural learning event held at Camp Wahanowin, on Chippewas of Rama First Nation territory. In ...
July 25, 2023–Maya Davidson
Holland Marsh boardwalk tour © Christine Ambre
This past May, the Ontario Nature Youth Council set out to explore the wonders of wetlands on a field trip to Holland Marsh and Scanlon Creek Conservation Area. Together, with ...
July 12, 2023–Nhu Le
Invasive Species•Nature Reserves•Youth
Hiking through the forest to look for salamanders © Nhu Le
At Ontario Nature, we have amazing opportunities to connect with youth on our nature reserves. One of these annual opportunities happens with a school near Gananoque, eastern Ontario. Bringing the ...
March 31, 2023–Maya Davidson
Birds•Community Science•Recreation and Events•Youth
Hearing the distinct calls of red-winged blackbirds and spotting turkey vultures teetering on the wind reminds us that spring bird migration in Ontario is happening now. With one of the ...
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short-eared owl © JanetandPhil CC BY-NC-ND 2.0