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© Lora Denis
September 26, 2016–Ontario Nature Staff
Reptiles and Amphibians•Species at Risk
Massasauga rattlesnake © Joe Crowley
This exclusive screening was produced by Ryan Mariotti and Mariotti Visuals, for more great videos visit Ontario Nature’s YouTube channel.
May 27, 2016–Ontario Nature
Species at Risk
Snapping turtle © James Paterson
Snapping turtles are easy to recognize. They have a spiky tail like a little stegosaurus, and always fascinated me as a child. So I was troubled to learn that anyone ...
December 3, 2015–Erin Mallon
Boreal Forest•Habitat•Species at Risk
For decades biologists have been observing declines in woodland caribou across Canada and much effort has been put into understanding caribou range retraction and population loss. As Canadians we are ...
November 3, 2015–Ontario Nature
With more than 200 species in Ontario currently recognized as at-risk, the biological richness that makes Ontario so special is in jeopardy. On Giving Tuesday (December 1st), help us stop the ...
November 27, 2014–Anne Bell
American bumblebee © Thom Wilson
Half of the bumblebee species in eastern North America are in decline. This trend holds true in southern Ontario, where seven of the 14 bumblebee species found in surveys from ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti