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© Lora Denis
October 20, 2023–Noah Cole
Learn to observe and recognize Nature’s clues during a tracking tutorial in the great outdoors. Jeff will lead you on this late winter interpretive tracking hike. Always a popular outing ...
December 12, 2022–Jake Guggenheimer
Species at Risk•Wild Species
Wolverine, Species at risk © Ninara CC BY 2.0
Have you ever wondered how different species adapt to survive the coldest months of the year? Animals have different mechanisms to stay warm and source food when options are scarce, ...
December 9, 2020–Karen Vanderwolf
Bat box © Karen Vanderwolf
Bats in Canada face multiple threats from habitat loss and disease. As towns and cities expand, the larger and older trees are being cleared, which means bats are losing their ...
December 13, 2018–Guest blogger
Climate Change•Wild Species
Short-tailed shrew © Jasmine Veitch
Though not as flashy as the moose or black bear, smaller mammals, such as mice, voles, and chipmunks, play key roles in their habitat. Small mammals provide food for predators, ...
June 27, 2017–Julee Boan
Boreal Forest•Species at Risk
Woodland caribou © Bubba55 CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
“Eco terrorist.” “Environmental extremist.” “Latte-sucking, SUV-driving, Toronto tree-hugger.” My colleagues and I have been called many names for advocating for the conservation of caribou. When you live in part of Ontario’s ...
Cochrane area wildfire, 2023 © MNRF-AFFES