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ON Nature Magazine Fall 2009

ON Nature Magazine Fall 2009

DEPARTMENTS 5 |  This Issue Battling the Bureaucracy: The impenetrable environmental assessment process. By Caroline Schultz 8 | Earth Watch New ideas about old-growth forests; kayakers clean up in Georgian Bay; green alternatives to salt; Guelph development encroaches on rare species habitat. On the cover 28 | Urban Nature Plan Bee: In the wake of […]

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 […]

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Spring 1979

Ontario Naturalist Magazine Spring 1979

DEPARTMENTS 31 | FON News Queen’s university offering field identification course; Petrel Point boardwalk project. 32 | Queen’s Park/From Ottawa MNR exempt from Environmental Assessment Act when controlling nuisance species; pollutant spills legislation improved; illegal hunting in parks revealed; Point Pelee planning continues; restrictions on trade of Canadian plants announced. 35 | Around Ontario Motorboats […]

Ontario Naturalist Magazine September 19...

Ontario Naturalist Magazine September 1976

DEPARTMENTS 26 | FON News Province stalling on Environmental Assessment Act; Massasauga rattlesnake study. 28 | Queen’s Park/From Ottawa Questions about Wabigoon River proposal; new wetland classification available; rare or endangered plant lists being developed; Grasslands National Park clears a hurdle. 30 | Around the Province Monstrous sludge pond seen as “Trial Balloon”; FON assists […]

Ontario Naturalist Magazine January 1976

Ontario Naturalist Magazine January 1976

DEPARTMENTS 30 | Bird Report By Clive E. Goodwin 31 | FON News Trip report; crisis on the Credit continues; volunteer’s guide to naturalist projects. 34 | From Ottawa Canada-Ontario water and air quality standards accord signed; northern parks will finally be safe; minister stalls Burwash Uplands addition to Kluane National Park; Point Pelee new […]