This is an online guide to Ontario’s odonata species. Dragonflies and damselflies are two related and fascinating groups (suborders) that make up the insect order Odonata.
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 […]
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 […]