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Loons

This Lake Ain’t Big Enough for Both of Us.   In our last newsletter we featured a special on the life of the loon.  It was really “G…

Isle Royale Wolves Report

Isle Royale Wolves Update and Annual Report This ecological report on the habitat of wolves and moose on Isle Royale delves into the health and well-being of…

Nature’s Sound

Listening to nature-made noise can decrease stress and pain, improve cognitive performance, enhance mood, and much more. Have you ever found yourself in a meditative state, listening…

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…

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…

Wolf Pup

A Wolf Pup Mummy From the Ancient Arctic  Melting permafrost yields secrets of how a 6-week-old wolf puppy lived and died. The 56,000-year-old wolf pup specimen was…

The Bob Cat

Three Two One … Bobcats Caught On Camera    Click the link below for a 96 second video of the actual shoot on the day of the…

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