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Founded in 1931, Ontario Nature works with more than 150 member groups to protect Ontario’s habitats and wildlife, and connect people with nature, through research, conservation campaigns and public engagement. 

We are regularly consulted by media on current issues.

Recent Media Coverage

Long-time birder? This bird-tracking organization wants your records

Threatened boreal caribou face uncertain future in Canada

New maps highlight ongoing habitat destruction in threatened caribou ranges

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Recent News Releases

Environmental groups back in court as government, industry make second attempt to kill pesticide case 2017-11-15

New maps highlight ongoing habitat destruction in threatened caribou ranges 2017-10-31

A willful blindness: The Government of Ontario is failing our endangered species 2017-10-24

Statement by Environmental Defence’s Tim Gray and Ontario Nature’s Anne Bell on the upcoming announcement finalizing the Rouge National Urban Park land transfer 2017-10-20

New citizen science project asks Canadians to track milkweed as part of monarch butterfly habitat 2017-10-12

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Background Information

Television Commercials

Copies are available for use as public service announcements.

Production of Ontario Nature's commercials was made possible through generous donations from Wings & Ink, Left of Centre Productions, Ben Chin, Mary Wiens and Ethan Meleg Photography.

Radio Commercials

These radio advertisements are available for download by local radio stations as public service announcements.

For additional information please contact John Hassell at johnh@ontarionature.org or
416-444-8419 / 1-800-440-2366 ext. 269.

Media Contacts

To arrange a briefing or interview with Ontario Nature, please contact:

John Hassell
Director of Communications and Engagement
416-444-8419 ext. 269
johnh@ontarionature.org

Press Kit

Ontario Nature protects wild species and wild spaces through conservation, education and public engagement.

Fact Sheet

  • With 25 nature reserves totalling 2,939 hectares (7,262 acres), Ontario Nature’s system of nature reserves preserves some of the province's best remaining examples of imperiled and vulnerable habitats.
  • Ontario Nature’s work is supported by volunteers who spend more than 10,000 hours each year planting trees, collecting data and supporting events.
  • Together with more than 150 local community conservation groups, Ontario Nature is the provincial voice for nature.
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