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Northern walkingstick insect

Northern walkingstick © Peter Ferguson

Where are the summer bugs?
Scientists are warning that an alarming drop in insect populations could spell “ecological Armageddon”. But we need more research to understand what’s behind it.
By Patricia Hluchy

Urban red-tailed hawk

Red-tailed hawk © Harvey K CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Evolution revolution
New research shows that urban environments are changing not only behaviours but physical traits of city-dwelling species. What will these adaptations mean for these creatures—and for us?
By Conor Mihell

Whip-poor-will, Point Pelee National Park

Whip-poor-will, Point Pelee National Park © Noah Cole

Listening for the whip-poor-will
The distinctive song of this beloved bird is a classic sound of Ontario summer, but potential changes to endangered species protections could make it an increasingly rare treat. 
By Brian Banks

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