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October 14, 2022–Noah Cole
Advocacy•Environmental Education•Photography•Recreation and Events•Wild Species
Digiscoped Franklin's gull and killdeer © Andy Jones, Cleveland Museum of Natural History CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
There are a few published codes of practices for nature photographers, but here we’ve expanded the code to cover all nature watchers. Like all codes, it offers general guidelines that ...
May 12, 2022–Lena Milton
Single-use plastics—such as straws, plastic bags, and bottles—are meant to be used once and then immediately discarded. Many of us are already aware of the issue, as images of freshwater ...
December 15, 2021–Jenna Cardoso
Climate Change•Ecology•Indigenous Relations•Protected Places•Stewardship and restoration•Wetlands
James Bay peatlands © Ray Ford
Ontario’s peatlands store the most carbon in the country – more than all the other natural ecosystems in Ontario combined – making these terrestrial wetland ecosystems an essential nature-based climate ...