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© Lora Denis
October 1, 2015–Guest blogger
Species at Risk•Wild Species
Summer evenings used to be filled with the acrobatic flitting of bats chasing their next insect meal. Unfortunately, bats have vacated the night sky over much of eastern North America ...
September 29, 2015–Diana Troya
Imagine you are relaxing in your beautiful garden, enjoying the natural beauty, the sounds, the colors, the scents. Now imagine you could do all of this and contribute to the ...
September 24, 2015–Megan Anevich
Nature Reserves•Reptiles and Amphibians
Queensnake © Joe Crowley
Field work can be fun and rewarding, but it does have its challenges. My colleagues and I have endured many unfortunate events while traipsing about the wilder parts of Ontario. ...
August 17, 2015–Sheila Colla
Pollinators•Species at Risk
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 ...
July 31, 2015–Guest blogger
Invasive Species•Stewardship and restoration
Dog-strangling vine © Noah Cole
In the Cadotte Lab at the University of Toronto – Scarborough, we examine the causes and consequences of invasion success, biodiversity loss and changes in ecosystem services in Toronto’s Rouge ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti