River

Algonquin Provincial Park Elena Elisseeva, Shutterstock

Habitat

Ontario is rich in habitat biodiversity from the sprawling forests of the far north to fragile alvars in central Ontario to tallgrass prairie and oak savannah in the south. Unchecked development, pollution and climate change threaten the integrity of these ecosystems and the biodiversity they support. Ontario Nature is committed to conserving this province’s wild spaces through our Greenway Program, Nature Reserves Program, Boreal Program and Trees in Trust, through which you can save a piece of the forest forever.

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