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© Lora Denis
April 5, 2023–Guest blogger
Community Science•Indigenous Relations•Reptiles and Amphibians•Stewardship and restoration
The wondrous world of snakes, or gnebigoog, as we say in Anishinaabemowin, was explored last July when Ontario Nature’s Brittney Vezina and Christine Ambre met up with a group of ...
January 13, 2023–Gideon Forman
Massasauga rattlesnake © Joe Crowley
I’ve been thinking about Samuel Beckett and Ontario rattlesnakes. There used to be two species in the province, the Massasauga and the timber. But for decades there’s only been one. ...
March 24, 2021–Jennifer Ho
Eastern gartersnake © Maria Papoulias
Located on Pelee Island, Ontario Nature’s Stone Road Alvar Nature Reserve is part of a larger complex of conservation lands that are also owned by the Essex Region Conservation Authority ...
March 7, 2020–Ontario Nature Staff
December 12, 2019–Guest blogger
This summer, Josh Feltham worked with Ontario Nature on our Snake Monitoring project and helped us test our Long-Term Monitoring Protocol (LTMP) we developed for snakes in Ontario. The LTMP ...