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Seasons Winter 2001 how nature cleans water

Seasons Winter 2001 how nature cleans water

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Seasons Winter 2001 Contents

Seasons Winter 2001 Contents

DEPARTMENTS 5 |  View from Locke House What’s wrong with being passionate? By Nancy Clark 6 | Earthwatch Pelee Island nature refuge; ephemeral wetlands; review of the planning act 15 |  Letters 17 | This Season  How to tag a gosling in its shell By Nancy Clark 44 | Insider Behind the scenes at FON 46 | Endpoint […]

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Home is rooted in the land

Home is rooted in the land

After 30 years when my husband Barry and I took joy in teaching, writing and living at the 800-acre Foley Mountain Conservation Area in eastern Ontario, retirement loomed. As we prepared to turn the rented park house over to a new supervisor, we were challenged to find a satisfying living place of our own. This […]

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Midsummer’s feast – Seasons Summer 2001

Midsummer’s feast – Seasons Summer 2001

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Mashkinonje

Mashkinonje

By Back Roads Bill 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,” not a place to go for a holiday or spend some quality time. We are now learning wetlands are important but we […]

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ON Nature Winter 2015

ON Nature Winter 2015

  Masthead DEPARTMENTS 5 | This Issue Skin in the game. By Caroline Schultz 6 | Earth Watch Plovers make a comeback; air quality improves; nature reserve renamed; halting wetland destruction; beech bark disease; inspiring the next generation. 35 | Our Community Heart and soul. 37 | Our Member Groups A Misery Bay mystery. 38 […]

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Dragonfly and Damselfly Guide

DRAGONFLIES
Canada Darner
Fawn Darner
Green Darner
Lance-tipped Darner
Shadow Darner
Springtime Darner
Dragonhunter
Boreal Snaketail
Dusky Clubtail
Lilypad Clubtail
Arrowhead Spiketail
Common Baskettail
Prince Baskettail
Swift River Cruiser
Eastern Pondhawk
Chalk-fronted Corporal
Dot-tailed Whiteface
Widow Skimmer
Twelve-spotted Skimmer
Blue Dasher
Common Whitetail
White-faced Meadowhawk
Ruby Meadowhawk
Yellow-legged or Autumn Meadowhawk
Black Saddlebags
Eastern Amberwing
Halloween Pennant

DAMSELFLIES

Ebony Jewelwing
River Jewelwing
American Rubyspot
Emerald Spreadwing
Sweetflag Spreadwing
Slender Spreadwing
Lyre-tipped Spreadwing
Blue-fronted Dancer
Variable Dancer
Powdered Dancer
Rainbow Bluet
Tule Bluet
Boreal Bluet
Familiar Bluet
Subarctic Bluet
Marsh Bluet
Stream Bluet
Hagen’s Bluet
Orange Bluet
Eastern Forktail
Sedge Sprite
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