The Forgotten Fruit
Few people have heard of it. Fewer still have tasted it. The pawpaw, Ontario’s mango, has a rich Indigenous history but a vulnerable future in the province.
By Jade Prévost-Manuel
The Scoop on the Buzz
The whining, chirping, whirring and buzzing of insects are indelible parts of Ontario’s summer soundscape. Here is how grasshoppers, cicadas, crickets and katydids fill backyards and meadows with song.
By Lesley Grant
What is Eating Ontario’s Forest Floors?
The earthworms that are welcome in people’s gardens are wreaking havoc on forests. How did Ontario become filled with invasive worm species?
By Patricia Hluchy
There is no good type of disposable waste.
By Melina Damian
ON Nature, a nature and environment magazine, is published quarterly by Ontario Nature. A charity representing more than 30,000 members and supporters, and more than 150 groups across the province, Ontario Nature’s mission is to protect wild species and wild spaces through conservation, education and public engagement.
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Clinging to Life
Efforts to preserve the rare Pitcher’s thistle seem to be paying off, but the dune habitat on which the plant relies is increasingly under threat.
By Conor Mihell
Biodiversity by Another Name
Key Biodiversity Area is a new international designation for sites critical to maintaining native wildlife and plant populations. Here are a few lesser-known areas that must be protected to save biodiversity.
By Ian Coutts
Reversal of Fortune
The mottled duskywing butterfly, once abundant in Pinery Provincial Park, has become an increasingly rare sight in Ontario. Now a research team has accomplished a first by reintroducing a butterfly species to a habitat from which it had disappeared.
By Brian Banks
Sauble Beach’s piping plovers persevere.
By Lisa Richardson
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