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July 23, 2021–Alice Dabrowski
Vertebrate bioblitz. Ontario Nature Youth Summit 2019 © Noah Cole
Where would science be without contributions from the public? While trained scientists are regarded as experts, every academic and professional scientist was, at some point, a novice themselves. In fact, ...
April 26, 2021–Ontario Nature Staff
The third Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas (Atlas-3) Launch Weekend video series provides volunteers with everything you need to know about atlassing and how you can get involved. Thanks for your ...
March 5, 2021–Noah Cole
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?
January 7, 2021–Jennifer Ho
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 ...
December 9, 2020–Karen Vanderwolf
Bats in Canada face multiple threats from habitat loss and disease. As towns and cities expand, the larger and older trees are being cleared, which means bats are losing their ...