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© Lora Denis
November 17, 2023–Noah Cole
London is home to many rare and common wildlife species including some of the most at-risk reptiles in Canada. Scott Gillingwater, a Species At Risk Biologist with the Upper Thames ...
November 13, 2023–Noah Cole
Join Jenna Quinn, Ontario Nature’s Conservation Science Manager, and a panel of researchers and contributing authors to learn about the Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas (ORAA) publication. The ORAA is ...
September 2, 2021–Noah Cole
Annual Gathering 2019 field trip © Noah Cole
Over the course of a decade that I have worked at Ontario Nature, there have been too many significant accomplishments to list. However, I am delighted to present some of ...
January 7, 2021–Jennifer Ho
Matchedash Lake © David Hawke
Conservation can be an uphill battle, but it’s a winnable one. As we reflect on this past year and look ahead to the new year, Ontario Nature will continue to ...
August 14, 2020–Brittney Vezina
Community Science•Reptiles and Amphibians
Reporting a snapping turtle © Jory Mullen
It was the year 2009, and Ontario Nature decided to launch the Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas (ORAA) in an effort to improve the province’s knowledge of reptile and amphibian ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti