DEPARTMENTS 5 | This Issue The diversity of life: Celebrating nature through action. By Caroline Schultz 8 | Earth Watch Climate change threatens Arctic fox habitat; the Ring of Fire heats up; invasive Asian carp on the move; in search of turtles, frogs, snakes and salamanders; bird watching 2.0; the lowly worm. 45 | In […]
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Dragonflies and damselflies are two related and fascinating groups that make up the insect order Odonata. Dragonflies and damselflies are characterized by two pairs of wings, large compound eyes and narrow bodies. Covering 48 species, this popular online guide connects and inspires.
DEPARTMENTS 5 | View from Locke House Canoe trip: How my four-year-old weathered two days of rain in Bon Echo. By Nancy Clark 8 | Earth Watch Site protects rare species; tracking turtle smugglers; keeping mosquitoes away naturally; Canada fails to protect nests; turn off your car engines; Ontario curriculum not green enough; lawn pesticide […]
DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page FON wins environmental award. By John Cartwright 7 | Earth Watch Algonquin’s wolves finally afforded protection; raising the ghost of Garrison Creek; what’s the fate of research at Museum of Nature?; Altona Forest’s future goes before OMB. 41 | Notes New directions in natural heritage protection; Crossley Reserve gets viewing […]
DEPARTMENTS 4 | Earth Watch Pop cans make a comeback; Bruce park gains local support; land of the white pine; tightening-up use of Crown land; booster for natural heritage; tax reform only for some; clear support for wetlands; Sudbury environmental study released; forest management to have environmental review, maybe; Minister’s forums draw crowds; Ontario Breeding […]
4 | Nahanni Park or Power? By George Sconer 10 | The Four-leaf Water Fern By James Cruise 16 | Ontario Hydro: More Than the Gifts of Nature By W. Draper 23 | The Osprey By R. Barry Ranford 30 | Ross’s Goose: A Species Saved? By J.P. Ryder 34 | Dragon of the Waters […]