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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 ...
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 ...
Male sharp-tailed grouse © Lydian Dotto
Sharp-tailed grouse is a chicken-like bird that inhabits grasslands, brushy prairies and edges of woodlands. The species ranges from eastern Quebec to central BC and into the Northwest Territories and the Yukon.
March 16, 2015–Guest blogger
The brutal winter weather in 2014 and 2015 has taken a toll on overwintering waterfowl along Lake Ontario. Cold temperature records were set in southern Ontario in February 2015 and ...
March 2, 2015–Julia Zarankin
Snowy owl © Ashley Hockenberry
Winter and birding seem like an unlikely pair. “What is there to see in the winter?” people often ask. The truth is that winter in southern Ontario offers some extravagant ...