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Seasons Magazine Spring 1991

Seasons Magazine Spring 1991

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page FON and conservation authorities: Finding common ground. By Mary E. Smith 6 | Earth Watch Aulneau slated for logging and game management; coyotes plague sheep farmers in Grey-Bruce; Long Point’s inner bay at risk; planes and ducks at Oro-Barrie-Orillia Airport; Ontario to get environmental bill of rights; pesticide panel would […]

Seasons Magazine Summer 1986

Seasons Magazine Summer 1986

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page By Robert B. Stewart 4 | Earth Watch Nielsen reports deliver positive thrusts and potential threats; highway through Keswick Marsh cancelled; privatization of Ontario parks is over; future of the Spanish River under review; Ontario Conservation Strategy in the making; cottages in provincial parks; wetland policy moving at a snail’s […]

Seasons Magazine Winter 1985

Seasons Magazine Winter 1985

DEPARTMENTS 4 | President’s Page By Robert B. Stewart 5 | Earth Watch Conservation groups exert pressure: dam proposal for Missinaibi dropped; environmental assessment slapped on road extension; sobering facts on acid rain; federal study released on proposed Bruce Park; good news comes out of parks conference; nonconforming uses in this wilderness park? 13 | […]

Seasons Magazine Winter 1984

Seasons Magazine Winter 1984

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch The insecticide/chemical backlash: losing ground to the mosquito; Mr Pope: where are our promised parks?; will the forester’s axe fall on South Moresby?; fish used to test pollution level; Quebec moves to limit acid rain; the dynamite politics of wetlands; monarch habitat saved; bird atlas nears home stretch. 10 | […]

Seasons Magazine Summer 1984

Seasons Magazine Summer 1984

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Wolves die so that hunters have more game available; Canada promises 50% reductions in acid gas; far north submits to yet another task force; new “Ice Bug” that lowers freezing point freed; international plants campaign launched; caribou success story is suburbs of Newfoundland; where are our new parks?; MNR blatantly […]

Seasons Magazine Spring 1984

Seasons Magazine Spring 1984

DEPARTMENTS 6 | Earth Watch Life in the future with the “Greenhouse Effect”; Caccia defends parks policy in Pukaskwa; the good-news greens are coming; conference on wetlands scores promise, not policy; only breeding peregrine shot; 750 moose downed by computer error; coalition on acid rain drafts INCO clean-up plan; hydro power transmission route under fire; […]

Seasons Magazine Winter 1983

Seasons Magazine Winter 1983

DEPARTMENTS 5 | Earth Watch Refuge sought for Beluga whale; herbicides get green light in court; park boundary can’t keep out acid rain; swallows flock to Pembroke; escarpment fate awaits new minister; compromise on parks sinking in; naturalists lose Alfred Bog hearing; Environment Minister charges polluters; forestry undergoes assessment; information on terns wanted by Wildlife […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1983

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1983

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Federal wildlife guidelines aim to please; MNR weakens on wetlands; MNR fails to defend Alfred Bog; Pukaskwa is officially a National Park; final proposed plan submitted for Niagara escarpment; land use guidelines released; acid rain campaign turns a corner; MNR Obonga Road appealed to environment minister; bald eagles return to […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1982

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1982

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Salamanders vulnerable to acid rain; wetlands: stand up and be counted; grassroots action to stop acid rain; park’s supporters play the Minister’s game; little games on non-game; peregrine falcon returns—home?; new life for American endangered species; caribou news; in recognition of Canadian rivers; nature club to the rescue. 10 | […]

Seasons Magazine Spring 1982

Seasons Magazine Spring 1982

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Acid Rain Report seeks controls; a report card on the Great Lakes; a Habitat Trust for Canada?; no news is bad news on parks; protecting the northern environment; escarpment defenders scores points; laying waste to lakeshore; Crown Game Preserves abandoned; new prospects for peat; South Cayuga wins a reprieve; new […]

Seasons Magazine Winter 1981

Seasons Magazine Winter 1981

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Acid Rain: a look ahead; U.S. legislation will determine acid rain; transportation minister convicted over Highway 404; park planning gets the axe; a bad year for eastern Ontario birds; new federal policy on land-use; Wetlands Conference—a rousing success; a new endangered species for Ontario; friends of the bats; conservation project […]

Seasons Magazine Summer 1981

Seasons Magazine Summer 1981

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Global picture looks grim in 2000; progress on acid rain; hydro clean-up program means more nuclear; Ontario election means new faces; Ontario Wetlands Conference to study policy; national park plans show improvement; Lady Evelyn wilderness wanted by loggers; the economics of parks; peat mining injurious to wetlands. 10 | Notes […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1980

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1980

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Acid rain: starting at the top; Tobermory Islands: a new national park; Great Lakes report: the land as a polluter; Bald Eagle bites back; road through Killarney? The consultant says no; Algonquin Park’s future: the uncertainty persists; environmental survey probes Ontario psyche; Niagara Escarpment: public hearings continue; environmental issues attract […]

Seasons Magazine Spring 1980

Seasons Magazine Spring 1980

DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Zoo conference predicts bleak future; Killarney study nears end; cattails cleanse sewage, INCO wants to dam the Spanish River; spills bill sabotaged; wilderness American style; Kakabeka game found illegal; finding a home for liquid wastes; Dundas Elm saved; rights for the environment; hike Ontario; info on acid rain; a master […]

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Winter 1979

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Winter 1979

DEPARTMENTS 33 | FON News No so happy bluebirds. 38 | Acid Rain Update Who’s to blame?; acid rain conference; where do we go from here. 40 | Around Ontario Battle to save Second Marsh; South Bruce studied; Lake Superior plan is a nightmare; moose management; PCB dangers; park planning. FEATURES 4 | Fern Magic […]

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Autumn 1979

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Autumn 1979

DEPARTMENTS 32 | FON News FON slide collection: A plea. 33 | Queen’s Park/From Ottawa Acid rain: a national emergency?; pulp and paper cleanup urged; Pukaskwa plan delayed. 36 | Around Ontario Algonquin plan reviewed; budworm spraying increases; public responds to Lake Superior Plan; Niagara Escarpment update. 44 | Bird Report Birds last spring. By […]

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Summer 1979

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Summer 1979

DEPARTMENTS 52 | Annual Conference Report Held in Toronto. Conservation winners. Photo contest winners. Resolutions. 55 | FON News Action conference on acid rain; Birding in Toronto. 56 | Queen’s Park/From Ottawa Trespass proposal white paper; parks master plan delayed; tougher water protection policies; progress in national parks; Parks Canada policy approved. 60 | Bird […]