5 | This Issue
Nature for All.
By Caroline Schultz
7 | Earth Watch
- More Wild Raptors at Risk of Capture
- What to Expect Next From the Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas
- Counting Birds During a Pandemic
- Youth Summit to Grow in 2021
- Channel Naturalized
- Gray treefrog
- Is Nature Stewardship for You?
- New Booklet Guides Outdoor Learning
- Restoring a Forest in Northumberland County
On the cover
18 | A Breath of Fresh Air
Pandemic-spurred lockdowns have exposed the unequal access Ontario residents have to the outdoors. How can experiencing nature be made more inclusive?
By Julia Zarankin
24 | Orphaned Hinterland
Matchedash Wildlands is a haven of unspoiled wilderness in a bustling cottage country. But without protection, this area may soon become a free-for-all.
By Douglas Hunter
30 | Butcher of the Alvar
The eastern loggerhead shrike is a songbird, but it is also a predator with a ferocious spirit. A look inside efforts to save the critically endangered and striking bird.
By Luke Fuendling
38 | Last Word
Ontario’s “Zombie Highway” (Highway 413) is Back.
By Tim Gray
36 | Our Community
Voices of Ontario Nature members.
By Chris Robinson, Ann Atkinson and Spencer Burton
35 |Our Member Groups
Fighting for Lake Simcoe.
By Lisa Richardson
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