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© Lora Denis
September 29, 2021–Ontario Nature Staff
Indigenous Relations•Ontario Nature
Indigenous Perspectives on Protected Areas Gathering © Chris Craig
In commemoration of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation this September 30th, Ontario Nature reflects on our role in advancing conservation through reconciliation. As we continue our learning ...
March 19, 2021–Miranda Baksh
Ontario Nature•Pollinators•Species at Risk•Wild Species
American bumble bee © Thom Wilson CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
The decline of bees worldwide has been of scientific and public concern in recent years, yet their diversity in Canada is not fully understood. From drilling through wood, cutting leaves, ...
June 5, 2020–Aidan Brushett
Ontario Nature Youth Summit, 2019 © Ryan Wolfe
Caring about the Earth is hard. There are some very rewarding and fulfilling experiences, but there is also serious despair. It seems that every time we check the news there’s ...
July 11, 2017–Guest blogger
Reptiles and Amphibians•Species at Risk•Stewardship and restoration
© Gabriel Esler
Seven of Ontario’s eight turtle species are provincially at risk. By helping a turtle cross the road, you contribute to their conservation. But what if you spot a turtle that’s ...
November 3, 2015–Ontario Nature
Species at Risk
With more than 200 species in Ontario currently recognized as at-risk, the biological richness that makes Ontario so special is in jeopardy. On Giving Tuesday (December 1st), help us stop the ...