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Bird Safety

Seven Simple Actions to Help Birds In 2019, scientists documented North America’s staggering loss of nearly 3 billion breeding birds since 1970. Helping birds can be as…

Bears In Spring

As winter weather ends, bears emerge in mid-March to mid-April; females, which give birth during the winter and stay with their cubs for two years, remain in…

Spring Fling

Spring is a magical time for the angler. A long, cold winter finally releases its tight grip on the lakes and rivers of northern Ontario. The disappearance…

Covid Dog Sniffer

TORONTO — Creating a fast and reliable test to detect COVID-19 has been expensive and challenging, but new research suggests a cheap and effective solution could be…

Piping Plovers

About Andrea and the Piping Plover I coordinate the Ontario Piping Plover Conservation Program. At my heart, I’m a plover myself, gravitating to beaches and sunshine even…

Jam Story

The Old Lady and the Professor When he offered to help an old lady to find her bottle of Bonne Maman jam at a supermarket, little did…

Fishing the Fall Turnover

So what is turnover and why does it happen? In the summer, the days are longer, the sun shines and the warmest water rises to the surface.…

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