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December 9, 2020–Karen Vanderwolf
Species at Risk•Wild Species
Bat box © Karen Vanderwolf
Bats in Canada face multiple threats from habitat loss and disease. As towns and cities expand, the larger and older trees are being cleared, which means bats are losing their ...
October 24, 2019–Guest blogger
Recreation and Events•Species at Risk
Hoary bat © Sarah Bryans-Bongey
The most nerve wracking period of time for me when leading a public bat walk – without fail – is the stretch between finishing what I had planned to say, ...
February 22, 2019–Noah Cole
ON Nature Magazine
Common yellowthroat warbler © Noah Cole
Here are our top ten favourite articles from our award-winning magazine, ON Nature. You can read them on your desktop, tablet or phone. Let us know which one is your ...
October 31, 2018–Alex Ross
Eastern red bat © Matthew O'Donnell
Happy Halloween! Bats have a bad rap, especially around this time of year. Thanks to Dracula, bats are seen as thirsty, bloodsucking creatures of the night but these harmless mammals ...
October 1, 2013–Guest blogger
Species at Risk
It’s almost Halloween. Pumpkins abound and spooky decorations are showing-up everywhere. As a bat biologist, I enjoy seeing bats hanging from front yard trees and porch lights this time of ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti