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April 23, 2021–Jacqueline Scott
Birds•Guest Blogger•Ontario Nature
Mallard ducks, Cootes Paradise © Jacqueline Scott
Where is nature in the city? It’s in the city parks, gardens and trees on the streets. We need more of these as for many urban residents these are the ...
April 15, 2021–Anne Bell
Greenbelt and Greenway•Ontario Nature
If you have any doubt about the importance of the Greenbelt, take a moment to listen to the voices of Ontario Nature’s Youth Council in their new video. They clearly ...
March 11, 2021–Lisa Richardson
Ontario Nature•Recreation and Events
Family Day Hike on the Lower Don River Trail © Chris McHardy
While February’s cold snap had many folks huddled in the warmth of indoors, it presented my family with an opportunity we had been anticipating since the start of winter: an ...
October 31, 2016–Ontario Nature Staff
ON Nature Magazine
Wetlands are often misunderstood because we usually think of them as a “swamp,” often in movies it is where the bodies are found. At one time everything was a “swamp,” ...
August 30, 2016–Guest blogger
Habitat•Nature Reserves•Ontario Nature
Fritillary butterfly, Willoughby Nature Reserve
On August 19th, I joined a group that was setting off on a tree-planting mission at Ontario Nature’s Willoughby Nature Reserve, near Caledon. Armed with shovels and enthusiasm, we were ...