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ON Nature Fall 2019

ON Nature Fall 2019

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This issue A vote for nature. By Caroline Schultz 7 | Earth Watch Tree planting program saved, How to photograph a bumble bee, Wetland protection in Ontario, Photo contest winner unveiled, And more… 36 |Our Member Groups   Soaring into the fall. By Noah Cole 37 | Our Community   Wetland gift creates a […]

ON Nature Winter 2017

ON Nature Winter 2017

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This issue Fostering community conservation. By Caroline Schultz 6 | Earth Watch Great Lakes grasshopper; engaging northern citizen scientists; another successful summit; a new wetland guide; Master Naturalists program expands. 36 | Our Member Groups   Habitat corridors protect Hamilton’s pollinators. By Lisa Richardson 37 | Our Community   A legacy of dedication to […]

Mashkinonje

Mashkinonje

By Back Roads Bill Wetlands are often misunderstood because we usually think of them as a “swamp,” often in movies it is where the bodies are found. At one time everything was a “swamp,” not a place to go for a holiday or spend some quality time. We are now learning wetlands are important but we […]

ON Nature Spring 2015

ON Nature Spring 2015

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This issue Cornerstone of a greener Ontario. By Caroline Schultz 7 | Letters Eye-opener; cottagers as stewards; getting the tracks straight. 8 | Earth Watch COSEWIC review; island threatened; BioBlitz 2015; reserve repairs; bird-friendly glass; biocontrol; turtle tracking; Greenbelt celebrates 10th anniversary, atlas update. 36 | Our Community   Waiting-room conservation. 37 | […]

ON Nature Winter 2014

ON Nature Winter 2014

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This issue Half empty.By Caroline Schultz 6 | Earth WatchAmerican marten in focus; new nature sanctuary; how wood frogs brave the winter; notable snake sighting; winter tracking 101; toxic fallout at Grassy Narrows; sprawl costs, big time. 36 | Our Community  We are lost together. 37 | Our Member Groups  Much to celebrate in […]

ON Nature Summer 2013

ON Nature Summer 2013

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This issue Listening to butterflies: Experts can’t pinpoint exactly why butterfly populations are shifting but it should give us pause.By Caroline Schultz 6 | Earth WatchThe reptile and amphibian atlas goes mobile; free-ranging cats run amok; introducing Sauble Dunes Nature Reserve; local food promotion in the north; Rouge Park BioBlitz. 35 | […]