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December 12, 2022–Jake Guggenheimer
Wolverine, Species at risk © Ninara CC BY 2.0
Have you ever wondered how different species adapt to survive the coldest months of the year? Animals have different mechanisms to stay warm and source food when options are scarce, ...
January 17, 2020–Julee Boan
I’ve been working to protect boreal caribou and their habitat for nearly 20 years. I’ve conducted field research, published peer-reviewed papers and talked to thousands of people about the plight ...
November 23, 2017–Ontario Nature Staff
Small-mouthed salamander © Scott Gillingwater
Sometimes it can be difficult to pinpoint habitat loss. Often we can hear the difference. It’s the missing buzz of bees in our gardens. It’s the lack of croaking from ...
November 7, 2017–Julee Boan
On October 31, 2017, Environment Canada released its long-awaited report summarizing the implementation progress of federal recovery strategy for boreal caribou. In 2012, provinces and territories were given five years ...
June 27, 2017–Julee Boan
Woodland caribou © Bubba55 CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
“Eco terrorist.” “Environmental extremist.” “Latte-sucking, SUV-driving, Toronto tree-hugger.” My colleagues and I have been called many names for advocating for the conservation of caribou. When you live in part of Ontario’s ...