Summer 2023 Preview

Publishing on June 9

Fireflies, Frontenac Provincial Park

The Mysteries of Fireflies

Surprisingly little is known about the tiny insects that light up summer nights. Delving into the signals and behaviours of fireflies—many of which science has yet to decipher.

By Brian Banks

On the Waterfront

Cottages and other lakefront developments are encroaching on buffer zones that protect lake biodiversity and water quality. One county is doing something about it—and so should cottage owners.  

By Jade Prevost-Manuel

Cottages, Lake St. Peter
Gray wolf along riverbank

Lone Wolf

Biologists recently tracked a male wolf’s epic 18-month journey across four states and two provinces. The canid’s nearly 7,000-kilometre trek reveals the critical value of natural corridors.

By Conor Mihell

Last Word

Nature loss and climate change are spreading infectious diseases. 

By Lisa Richardson

Algae bloom on warm polluted river
Algonquin lookout with rainbow and autumn forest

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Ruffed grouse, snow and pine bough

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