Spring 2010




Departments
Celebrating nature through action. By Caroline Schultz
Earth Watch
Climate change threatens Arctic fox habitat; the Ring of Fire heats up; invasive Asian carp on the move; in search of turtles, frogs, snakes and salamanders.
Thank you for supporting a green Ontario; the many conservation successes of the Sydenham Field Naturalists.
We can save a lot of animals by simply not running over them. By Joe Crowley

Inspired by the joy of biodiversity, a pioneering scientist discovered the rapids clubtail along the rivers of southern Ontario. Today, the species is the first of Edmund Murton Walker’s beloved dragonflies to be declared endangered. By Peter Christie
Myth and misinformation have sullied the bruin’s reputation. In truth, the big mammal evolved as a prey species that learned to survive through caution and stealth By Conor Mihell
Better air quality. Pollution control. Habitat for wildlife. These are just some of the reasons why a band of dedicated volunteers is determined to save your neighbourhood forest. By Susan Grimbly
Disoriented by glare and reflective surfaces, millions of birds crash into office buildings every year. Now, conservationists and city planners are teaming up to create a safer urban environment for avian travellers. By Brian Banks

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