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© Lora Denis
January 21, 2015–John Hassell
Species at Risk
It is not easy to sit quietly in court while the opposing side takes a sledgehammer to your core values. For instance, as long as an endangered species doesn’t disappear ...
June 5, 2014–Megan Anevich
Nature Reserves•Reptiles and Amphibians
Snapping turtle research with Ontario Nature staff
Step 1. Scoop the turtle into your net. Step 2. Lift the turtle into your canoe. Word of warning – this is easier said than done. Be prepared to need ...
June 27, 2013–Megan Anevich
Reptiles and Amphibians
Midland painted turtle © Peter Ferguson
When Ontario Nature’s conservation staff drive around the province for field work it’s never relaxing. Instead of sitting back and watching the scenery, we keep our eyes pinned to the ...
May 27, 2013–Anne Bell
Woodland caribou © Paul Tessier
In 2007, to much acclaim, the Endangered Species Act (ESA) was passed with support from members of all parties. Just six years later, the Liberals are quietly trying to gut ...
May 8, 2013–Julia Zarankin
Male Wilson's warbler © Tim Zurowski
Next Saturday, May 11th is International Migratory Bird Day! This is a fantastic occasion to celebrate not only the stunning spring migrants making their way through our province, but also ...
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short-eared owl © JanetandPhil CC BY-NC-ND 2.0