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December 1st is Giving Tuesday: Help us Stop the Loss, Ontario!


Barn swallows – Listing: Threatened – Credit: Matt MacGillivray; CC by 2.0

With over 200 species at risk, the rich biodiversity that makes Ontario so special is in jeopardy. We’re asking you to support our Giving Tuesday cause by helping us Stop the Loss, Ontario!

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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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