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November 25, 2021–Justin Peter from Quest Nature Tours
Justin at age 10 about to feed a chickadee, with sister and mentor © Pavel Peter
When I think about what led me to do the work I do in the environmental field, I can’t help but think of the importance of fostering a love for ...
This year, we had a slightly warmer winter than usual, leading to a number of birds being seen in the province throughout the winter, including meadowlarks, grosbeaks and warblers. Will Ontario's warmer than average mid-winter conditions and presence of warmer-season birds herald an early migration?
May 28, 2019–Guest blogger
Cootes Paradise, Dundas Valley © CC BY-NC Jim Smith
On a May evening, while world powers were settling issues in Europe, a small group of bird lovers invited Hamiltonians to a meeting and perhaps form a club to “protect ...
September 18, 2015–Noah Cole
Juvenile Cooper's hawk © Dawn Huczek CC BY 2.0
Eastern Ontario is famous for wildlife viewing – especially birdwatching – in autumn. Not only do enthusiasts enjoy inspiring fall colours, there are plenty of places to see birds heading ...
June 9, 2015–Guest blogger
Eastern meadowlark © Enid Mallory
Bobolinks don’t wait to land on a fence post to sing; they sing as they fly, pouring music over the green fields. There is a road near Peterborough with grassy fields ...