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August 12, 2021–Julee Boan
Silent Lake Provincial Park © John Hassell
This article was originally published in The Walleye. Like so many traumatic events in our shared history, everyone remembers exactly what they were doing in the days and hours before ...
December 17, 2020–Miranda Baksh
Ruffed grouse tracks © The Real Kam 75 CC BY-SA 2.0
For some, the winter months are a time to retreat indoors and avoid the cold at all costs. Some animals do the same, as they hibernate where the frost can’t ...
November 5, 2020–Noah Cole
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 20, 2017–Cali Fox
Blacklegged tick © CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Hiking and camping season has arrived and with it, ticks. Here’s what you need to know about protecting yourself from ticks when you’re outdoors this summer.
October 31, 2016–Ontario Nature Staff
Wetlands are often misunderstood because we usually think of them as a “swamp,” often in movies it is where the bodies are found. At one time everything was a “swamp,” ...