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July 17, 2017–Anne Bell
Pollinators•Species at Risk
Long-horned bee © Diana Troya
Today we were granted the right to speak up for Ontario’s wild pollinators. In a David and Goliath scenario, we entered federal court last week to fight for the right ...
August 17, 2015–Sheila Colla
There are 1,000s of wild pollinators in Ontario. Bees and flies are most significant, but butterflies, beetles, wasps, ants, moths and hummingbirds also pollinate plants. It is important to keep ...
May 28, 2015–Anne Bell
Carpenter bee on blossom © John Vetterli
For breakfast this morning, I had the pleasure of attending a science briefing on neonicotinoid insecticides (neonics) presented by Dr. Jean-Marc Bonmatin, vice-chair of the international Task Force on Systemic ...
October 31, 2014–Guest blogger
Bumblebee and honey bee on butterfly milkweed © Martin LaBar
I admit it. The possibility of a bee sting made me uneasy, and I more than likely mixed up a bee and a wasp mid-swat. I certainly didn’t think much ...
August 1, 2014–Guest blogger
Bumblebee on purple coneflower © Matt Jenkins.
I am sipping coffee and munching an apple as I write this blog. To enjoy such daily pleasures, we rely on pollinators. In fact, about one of every three bites ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti