by Shannon Wilmot Perhaps road construction and species at risk can co-exist, but such an arrangement requires very careful planning.
by Shannon Wilmot Birders visiting the Point Pelee area this summer may be disappointed, say local naturalists. Last June, trees and other vegetation at North Dike, which forms the north boundary of Point Pelee National Park, were destroyed in order to drain a clogged ditch.
As our cities grow (and grow), people must travel further afield to gaze upon a starry sky. But this is more than an inconvenience. New research reveals how light pollution hurts plants, animals and even human health by Shannon Wilmot On a clear night on Ontario’s Manitoulin Island, you can crane your head back and […]