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© Lora Denis
December 18, 2018–Ontario Nature Staff
Malcolm Bluffs, Colpoys Bay © Robert McCaw
As 2018 draws to a close, we’re reflecting back on some of our accomplishments for nature this past year. We could not have done it without you – our members, friends, ...
November 22, 2018–Jaklynn Nimec
Giving Tuesday•Protected Places
Luther Marsh © Grand River Conservation Authority
The things we buy on Black Friday and Cyber Monday come and go, but nature is forever. That’s why this year we are devoting our Giving Tuesday cause to protecting ...
November 7, 2018–Guest blogger
Nature Guardians Youth Program•Protected Places•Youth
© Maria Papoulias
Our blog this week was submitted by Quinten Wiegersma. Quinten is a high school student, a young environmentalist and an active member of Ontario Nature’s Youth Council. I have been ...
November 23, 2017–Ontario Nature Staff
Species at Risk
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 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, ...
Short-eared owl © Scott Fairbairn