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© Lora Denis
July 9, 2020–Anne Bell
Greenbelt and Greenway•Habitat•Land-use planning•Ontario Nature
Toronto area housing © Yoko Chiyoko CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
The Government of Ontario is set to amend yet again the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, one of the fastest growing regions in North America and home to ...
August 1, 2017–Noah Cole
Invasive Species•Wild Species and Habitat
A drove of feral hogs in Texas © Josh Henderson CC BY 2.0
Wild boar sightings in Ontario have risen in recent years despite the animals’ tendency to travel at dawn, dusk and night. Some of these sightings have been made near Ottawa ...
June 16, 2017–David Coulson
Nature Reserves•Wild Species and Habitat
Sydenham River © David Coulson
The Sydenham River Nature Reserve is Ontario Nature’s first riverine reserve. Acquired in December 2016, the property is located within the Carolinian Life Zone that stretches from Windsor to Toronto. ...
March 20, 2017–Emma Horrigan
Ecology•Reptiles and Amphibians
© Emma Horrigan
One of my first introductions to nature as a kid was observing tadpoles on the Toronto Islands and catching frogs at the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park. No outdoor ...
February 2, 2017–Jenna Siu
Vernal pool © Scott Gillingwater
In honour of World Wetlands Day on February 2, let’s pay tribute to vernal pools. Due to their small size and transient nature, vernal pools are a type of wetland ...
Short-eared owl © Scott Fairbairn