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ON Nature Summer 2009

ON Nature Summer 2009

DEPARTMENTS 5 |  This issue Natural Connections Our new program takes children outside. By Caroline Schultz 8 | Earth Watch Bat populations plummet as white nose syndrome spreads; scientists discover weird and wonderful ecosystems at the bottom of Lake Huron; the Greenbelt may be bigger. 40 | Bird Watch King Rail – Tucked into the […]

Summer 2009

Summer 2009

Our new program takes children outside by Caroline Schultz Bat populations plummet as white nose syndrome spreads; scientists discover weird and wonderful ecosystems at the bottom of Lake Huron; the Greenbelt may get bigger Tucked into the marshlands of southwestern Ontario, this secretive wading bird is nearly impossible to detect by Tim Tiner Successful fundraiser […]

Muddy waters

Muddy waters

Aquaculture has been charged with multiple crimes against the environment. But today fish farms must abide by stringent regulations while many wild fish populations are being decimated. Can we learn to live with this industry?