5 | This issue
By Caroline Schultz
6 | Earth Watch
Ratsnake research; our special pollinator spaces; bike trail benefits; south shore success; honouring conservation heroes; collaborating with Indigenous communities.
36 | Member Groups
A win for the Nottawasaga River.
By Lisa Richardson
37 | Our Community
Conservation heroes feted.
By Kirsten Dahl
38 | Last Word
Reconciliation through nature protection.
By Anne Bell and Larry McDermott
On the cover
18 | Coyotes’ bad rap
The wild canids are increasingly vilified for killing pets and livestock and threatening humans. But are people pointing a finger in the wrong direction?
By Mary Baxter
24 | No stone unturned
A new standard for green aggregate production promises to help the environment, local species and nearby communities – even the pits and quarries themselves.
By Ray Ford
30 | On bat patrol
In the battle to save Ontario’s threatened bats, researchers are turning to local citizen scientists for help tracking bat habits and numbers. Turns out being a “batman” is a mission with high rewards?
By Allan Britnell
Photos © Robert McCaw, Ken Newcombe, Andrew McLachlan