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© Lora Denis
January 23, 2017–Guest blogger
Recreation and Events•Youth
© Victoria Shi
As a Grade 11 student, I see the major impact that technology has on my generation. Technology has allowed communication to become easier, but I realize that at times, many ...
January 19, 2017–Tanya Pulfer
Species at Risk
Well, here we are again, still talking about hunting snapping turtles, despite all the evidence. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is proposing a new policy to limit yet ...
December 20, 2016–Ontario Nature Staff
Photos © top left,David Coulson; top/bottom right, Diana Troya
As 2016 draws to a close, we’re thinking back to some of our major accomplishments for nature this past year. We could not have done it without our members, friends, followers, ...
November 23, 2016–Ron Corkum
Brown belted bumblebee on cupplant © Diana Troya
For most of us, the word ‘pollinator’ brings to mind non-native honeybees. Wild pollinators, however, are the most widespread and numerous of all pollinators. This includes native wild bees, wasps, ...
June 20, 2016–Jaklynn Nimec
Many birds migrate at night, guided by the stars and constellations. In Toronto, as in other North American cities, migrating birds are attracted to the lights left on overnight in ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti