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January 27, 2023–Noah Cole
Kiah Jasper and his 2022 Ontario “Big Year” Join Kiah and hear about his recent Big Year of Birding in Ontario, which is an attempt to break the record for ...
September 15, 2022–Guest blogger
For Youth Initiative X Ontario Nature Birdwatching Hike
Ontario Nature and For Youth Initiative hosted two hikes on May 7 and July 9 at Cedarvale Ravine in Toronto for youth in the Oakwood-Vaughan and York-South Weston communities. This ...
August 19, 2022–Noah Cole
Colombia is a fertile ground for bird diversity. Approximately one fifth of the world’s bird species have been observed here – more than in any other country – and many ...
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 ...
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?