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Wonders of Nature Photo Contest

Wonders of Nature Photo Contest

A fleeting glimpse of an elusive bird, the delicate details of a dragonfly’s wings – there are few things that spark our sense of wonder more than the natural world. Share a photo that you feel reveals the wonder of nature in Ontario for a chance to qualify for the feature photo spot in the […]

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Seasons Summer 2002 Table of Contents

Seasons Summer 2002 Table of Contents

Masthead DEPARTMENTS 5 |  View from Locke House Canoe trip How my  four-year-old weathered two days of rain in Bon Echo By Nancy Clark 7 |  Letters 8 | Earthwatch Keeping mosquitoes away naturally; lawn pesticide restrictions; smart growth campaign; tracking turtle smugglers 15 | The Seasoned Pro  The bird that got away: Birder Alan Wormington […]

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Nice day for a drive

Nice day for a drive

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Birding in the Far North

Birding in the Far North

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Finding the Flora

Finding the Flora

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Field Trip: Fish in Ontario’s Far North

Field Trip: Fish in Ontario’s Far North

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Day One: The Owls of the Winter

Day One: The Owls of the Winter

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The history of herping in Ontario

The history of herping in Ontario

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead In the spring 2014 issue of ON Nature magazine, Tanya Pulfer wrote an article about 30 years of herp atlassing in Ontario. Limited by the short length of her article, Pulfer […]

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Butterfly and Moth Guide

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