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.

The publication features in-depth articles by nature specialists and stunning colour photography.

red fox
Light Pollution feature spread


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Ontario Nature

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

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Winter 2023 Preview

Publishing on December 1

Red pine plantation

Too Many Trees, Not Enough Forest

Tree-planting projects often fail to recognize that a forest is more than the trees it contains – it’s an ecosystem. A look at how to create woodlands that not only sequester carbon but provide critical ecological benefits.

By Patricia Hluchy

Fire Escape Route

Wildfires are a natural part of many species’ lifecycle, but their increasing frequency and intensity are testing animals’ ability to adapt. With declining open spaces, can our wildlife find safe havens?

By Jade Prévost-Manuel

Recent post-burn wilderness, Quetico Provincial Park
Eastern hog-nosed snake

The Trickster

The hog-nosed snake has a wide repertoire of deceptions it relies on to elude predators. But people who fall for its bluffs can become its most dangerous predators of all.

By Celia Milne

Last Word

Stop vilifying invasive species.

Multiflora rose
Algonquin lookout with rainbow and autumn forest

Advertising – Winter 2023

Ad space deadline: September 8, 2023
Ad material deadline: September 15, 2023

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 © Nicholas Tonelli, Noah Cole, Ryan Wolfe, Suzanne Cadwell, Malcolm Robertson, Len Blumin, Pierre Cardon