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April 29, 2015–Guest blogger
Reptiles and Amphibians
The car is a marvellous machine. With a turn of the key and a tank full of gas, it offers freedom and convenience. In our ever-increasing desire to move from ...
April 22, 2015–Guest blogger
Bumblebee and honey bee on butterfly milkweed © Martin LaBar
Much of the discussion around neonicotinoids focuses on agriculture, but the horticulture industry also uses these chemicals. In a 2014 Friends of the Earth study of flowers for sale at ...
March 31, 2015–Guest blogger
Welcome to Ontario Nature’s new blog series – Conservation science at your doorstep. The word science means different things to different people. Some people picture lab coats and test tubes, ...
March 30, 2015–Guest blogger
Slow-moving turtles are some of the most threatened wildlife in the province. Seven of Ontario’s eight species are at-risk, in large part due to roadkill. Most of the turtles found ...
March 16, 2015–Josh Garfinkel
Greenbelt and Greenway
This blog is the part of a series that celebrates the Oak Ridges Moraine and engages readers in the review of the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan.
Cochrane area wildfire, 2023 © MNRF-AFFES