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© Lora Denis
March 31, 2023–Maya Davidson
Birds•Community Science•Recreation and Events•Youth
Hearing the distinct calls of red-winged blackbirds and spotting turkey vultures teetering on the wind reminds us that spring bird migration in Ontario is happening now. With one of the ...
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 ...
April 23, 2021–Jacqueline Scott
Mallard ducks, Cootes Paradise © Jacqueline Scott
Where is nature in the city? It’s in the city parks, gardens and trees on the streets. We need more of these as for many urban residents these are the ...
January 7, 2021–Jennifer Ho
Matchedash Lake © David Hawke
Conservation can be an uphill battle, but it’s a winnable one. As we reflect on this past year and look ahead to the new year, Ontario Nature will continue to ...
April 22, 2020–Lisa Richardson
Climate Change•Recreation and Events
Goldfinch © Noah Cole
The COVID-19-related restrictions on gatherings and movement have been challenging for my family, but they have also had a beneficial effect on our soundscape. With fewer airline flights and vehicles ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti