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© Lora Denis
December 17, 2020–Miranda Baksh
Ontario Nature•Recreation and Events•Wild Species
Ruffed grouse tracks © The Real Kam 75 CC BY-SA 2.0
For some, the winter months are a time to retreat indoors and avoid the cold at all costs. Some animals do the same, as they hibernate where the frost can’t ...
March 21, 2018–Kelsey Bedard
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)•Reptiles and Amphibians
Snapping turtle © James Paterson
With spring’s arrival, reptiles are beginning to emerge in Ontario. But have you ever wondered what they do during our cold, snowy winters? Reptiles don’t migrate, so what do they ...
April 9, 2015–Noah Cole
Greenbelt and Greenway
Black capped chickadee, Rice Lake Conservation Area, © Noah Cole
The Oak Ridges Moraine is a fantastic place to explore in every season. With more than 50 parks, trails and protected areas across the moraine there are plenty of places ...
February 27, 2015–Guest blogger
Reptiles and Amphibians
Green frog © Peter Ferguson
On December 14th of last year, with temperatures hovering around 0 degrees Celsius, my friend Jon and I participated in the Minden Christmas Bird Count in Haliburton County.
February 25, 2013–Julia Zarankin
Prothonotary warbler © Mdf
Now that February is nearly over, I have excitedly started planning for spring migration. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve loved winter birding, and this winter has felt particularly rich and ...
© Bill Lishman