5 | View from Locke House
The Christmas Bird Count: a family legacy.
By Nancy Clark
6 | Earth Watch
Roadwork threatens rare species in conservation reserve; saving Toronto’s old-growth; important bird areas dedicated; golf course to be built in Marshfield Woods; the waiting game.
16 | This Season
Biologist Chris Jones mucks around.
By Dorthy Pedersen
43 | Insider
Summer fun for young naturalists; another new face; writing contest deadline near; conservation at work.
46 | Endpoint
Why Ontario is awash in exotic species.
By Gregor Beck
19 | Citizens for Science
A growing army of volunteers spend their free time watching everything from dragonflies to trilliums. Why?
By Mark Stabb
22 | The Zen of Winter Camping
Close encounters with people who pee in the snow.
By Nancy Clark
On the cover
28 | The People Who Count
Over a Century of Christmas Bird Counts.
By Sandra Phinney
30 | Calling all Birders
Volunteers are needed for the second Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas.
By Mike Cadman
32 | Take Our Bird Quiz
36 | Skiing at 40 Below
Eight adventurers take on winter in Wabakimi Provincial Park.
By Dave Quinn
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