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October 15, 2020–Mirabai Alexander
The chestnut-sided warbler’s song sounds like he’s “pleased-pleased-pleased-to-meetcha!” – I explained to a group of children at one of Ontario Nature’s many outdoor summer events last year. While running Ontario Nature’s summer outreach program in Thunder Bay, I saw a gap ...
September 22, 2017–Lisa Richardson
Great blue heron © Peter Ferguson
The start of fall is an exciting time for bird enthusiasts as summer fledglings become air-borne adults and join others of their kind on route to warmer climes. This mass ...
July 20, 2017–Cali Fox
Blacklegged tick © CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Hiking and camping season has arrived and with it, ticks. Here’s what you need to know about protecting yourself from ticks when you’re outdoors this summer.
June 20, 2017–Anne Bell
Pinery © Christopher Woo CC BY 2.0
In 2010, Canada and the parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity committed to protecting at least 17 per cent of the world’s lands and inland waters by 2020. With ...
January 23, 2017–Guest blogger
As a Grade 11 student, I see the major impact that technology has on my generation. Technology has allowed communication to become easier, but I realize that at times, many ...