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From time to time we send emails about conservation news, our work and opportunities to get involved. Together we are the voice for nature. Join our community so you can stand with us to speak up whenever and wherever nature needs us most.

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Wasaga Beach Provincial Park © Noah Cole

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Tens of thousands of people are raising their voices as advocates for the protection of Ontario’s wild species and wild spaces – people who are willing to take that extra step by communicating directly with the government and other decision-makers about the need to protect nature. Will you join them?

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Osprey © Missy Mandel

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Bald Eagle © Bill McDonald

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Brown-belted bumble bee © Diana Troya

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Our bimonthly newsletter will take you on a virtual tour through wild Ontario. Receive emails about breaking environmental news and the wonder of nature.

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Common loon © Missy Mandel

Nature Network News

Ontario Nature is built on a strong foundation of commitment and concern for nature that is shared by a province-wide network of groups and individuals, the Nature Network.

The Nature Network connects Ontario Nature with people making their communities better places in which to live. It is a dynamic vehicle through which Ontario Nature brings provincial initiatives to the local level, and community groups bring local efforts and concerns to provincial attention.

Many of Ontario Nature’s conservation initiatives would not have been possible without the help and support of the groups in the Nature Network.

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Bruce MacKenzie, Hamilton Naturalists Club © Bronwen Tregunno

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