ON Nature is Ontario’s award-winning magazine. Published quarterly, ON Nature brings readers closer to nature by exploring Ontario’s natural areas and wildlife and providing insight into current environmental issues.

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red fox
Light Pollution feature spread


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Lest We Forget, ON Nature magazine, Autumn 2019
Great horned owl

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Ontario Power Generation - Protecting Biodiversity

Summer 2024 Preview

Publishing on June 7, 2024

Dammed if You Do…

While hydro power may be cleaner than energy from fossil fuels, dams can exact a high cost on wildlife and river ecosystems. A series of hydro projects in northern Ontario show how we can minimize the damage.

By Ian Coutts

The Return of the Not-so-common Tern

Once widespread, these graceful waterbirds have been declining in numbers, but an effort to revive a colony of common terns in Presqu’ile Provincial Park is encouraging.

By Jade Prévost-Manuel

Harvesting Carbon Credits

Several forest managers are forgoing logging in favour of selling carbon offsets to polluters. Could the carbon economy help conserve Ontario’s forests or does it just defer future harvests?

By Conor Mihell

Last Word

Gaia speaks.

By Suzanne Kingsmill

Algonquin lookout with rainbow and autumn forest

Advertising – Summer 2024

Ad space deadline: March 22, 2024
Ad material deadline: March 29, 2024

2024 Advertising Deadlines

Ad space deadlines: January 3, March 22, June 21, September 6 2024
Ad material deadlines: January 10, March 29, June 28, September 13 2024

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American white pelican, Species at risk
gray wolves in winter

Photos © Ontario Power Generation, Michael Woodruff / iNaturalist, Gabriel Legara, Mark Peck, Malcolm Robertson, Len Blumin, Pierre Cardon