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ON Nature Autumn 2010

ON Nature Autumn 2010

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This Issue Why we must protect Malcolm Bluff Shores. By Caroline Schultz On the cover 8 | Natural Wonders More than a glorious stretch of the Niagara Escarpment, protecting Malcom Bluff Shores is a gift for our descendents. By Allan Britnell 12 | Earth Watch Walpole Island Land Trust; going national with […]

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Seasons Summer 1992

Seasons Summer 1992

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page Looking back over two years. By Mary Smith 8 | Earth Watch Ministry cancels gypsy moth spray program; Ontario to promote “desirable” development; proposals threaten Quetico’s future; good and bad news for Oak Ridges Moraine; the challenge of sustainability in Frenchman’s Bay; predators hunted at waterfowl refuge; paving the escarpment […]

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A Guide to Bats in Ontario

A Guide to Bats in Ontario

As the only flying mammals in the world, bats can make an impressive claim to fame. Eight species of these nocturnal creatures live in Ontario. Agile and predatory, bats are capable of extremely sophisticated bio-sonar, also called echolocation, meaning that they emit pulses of sound and can detect echoes bouncing back from objects, including their prey.

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