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© Lora Denis
October 20, 2023–Noah Cole
with Kevin Predon The Osprey Wetlands are one of the highest elevations in Southern Ontario – they are essentially a ‘raised bog’ that rest in a depression of bedrock. They are ...
September 15, 2022–Guest blogger
For Youth Initiative X Ontario Nature Birdwatching Hike
Ontario Nature and For Youth Initiative hosted two hikes on May 7 and July 9 at Cedarvale Ravine in Toronto for youth in the Oakwood-Vaughan and York-South Weston communities. This ...
October 25, 2021–Jennifer Ho
Nature Reserves•Recreation and Events
Fen, H.N.Crossley Nature Reserve © Smera Sukumar
“The little lakes… are two small lakes in the bush. They have muskeg bog around them… One of these… is of great interest to naturalists in nearby cottages. Here are ...
November 5, 2020–Noah Cole
Greenbelt and Greenway•Recreation and Events
Malcolm Bluff Shores Nature Reserve © Gabriella Zagorski
Cabin fever and social distancing measures have caused a higher than usual interest among Ontarians to get back to nature. In a recent survey, more than 3,000 Canadians responded that ...
July 6, 2017–Stephanie Muckle
Virginia bluebells along the Sydenham River © Smera Sukumar
Ontario Nature’s 26 nature reserves have a lot to offer explorers in southern and eastern Ontario. I’ve crafted the following dichotomous key (a field guide tool that helps identify unknown ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti