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July 23, 2021–Alice Dabrowski
Vertebrate bioblitz. Ontario Nature Youth Summit 2019 © Noah Cole
Where would science be without contributions from the public? While trained scientists are regarded as experts, every academic and professional scientist was, at some point, a novice themselves. In fact, ...
August 6, 2020–Anne Bell
Conservation News•Birds•Wild Species
Double-crested cormorant © cuatrok77 CC BY-SA 2.0
Who equates the words “fall harvest” with the slaughter of inedible birds? The Government of Ontario, apparently. On July 30th it announced the introduction of a fall hunting season for ...
April 3, 2017–Anne Bell
Reptiles and Amphibians•Species at Risk
© Jory Mullen
It has been a long time coming. Alongside our members, supporters, member groups and partners, Ontario Nature spent years trying to convince the Government of Ontario to end the hunting ...
March 21, 2017–Stephanie Muckle
Oak trees in High Park © Felipe Villegas
I’ve always been enchanted by forests: the delicate understory flowers, the smell of decomposing wood, the sound of leaves blowing in the wind—it’s magical! As a child I spent hours ...
January 19, 2017–Tanya Pulfer
Species at Risk
Well, here we are again, still talking about hunting snapping turtles, despite all the evidence. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is proposing a new policy to limit yet ...
Please oppose the relentless drive to prioritize profits over environmental protection.
short-eared owl © JanetandPhil CC BY-NC-ND 2.0