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Four Favourite Moments from the 2015 Youth Summit

Youth_Summit_2015_group_photo_banner_Brendan_ToewsYouth Summit for Biodiversity & Environmental Leadership; Credit: Brendan Toews

Thanks to our Nature Network supporters, the 2015 Youth Summit for Biodiversity & Environmental Leadership was a huge success. We asked four Youth Council members to share their favourite moments from the weekend:

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Who Cares About Wetlands?

Paddle from Four Mile Lake to Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve; Credit: Kawartha Field Naturalists

As it turns out, you do.

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Ontario Nature’s Holiday Shopping Guide


Spread a little joy with these great gifts for nature lovers this holiday season!

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: 7 Biodiversity Highlights from the Environmental Commissioner’s 2014/2015 Annual Report

Monarch at Todmorden Mills - September 14 2014, Photo Courtesy of Lisa Richardson

Photo Credit: Lisa Richardson

The Environmental Commissioner’s Office released its annual report on    November 2, summarizing the provincial government’s performance on environmental matters. Here’s a bird’s-eye view of action taken to conserve biodiversity.

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Timing is Everything for the Eastern Wolf


Photo Credit: Schorle

Ontario’s eastern wolves are a species of Special Concern. Scientists estimate that there are fewer than 500 individuals left, so why are they not better protected?

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