The Long Point Causeway Improvement Project has been moving along at a slow and steady pace over the past 10 years. Starting as a group of concerned citizens who wanted to do something… Continue reading
Join the City of Toronto, the Toronto Zoo and Adopt-A-Pond for a fun evening where you will learn more about co-existing with urban wildlife in our city. Topics will include: How to wildlife-proof your… Continue reading
Written by Don Scallen, Tuttle Tallier, Primary Science Teacher, Naturalist. Taken from In The Hills Magazine Seven of Ontario’s eight native turtle species are considered “at risk,” “threatened” or “endangered.” Turtles are almost certainly… Continue reading
The Kootenay region in BC is helping western toads! What a cool event where community members get hands on and carry toads from their breeding place, the shoreline of Summit Lake, across Highway… Continue reading
Spring is in the air! And with all of nature’s extracurricular activities it will be soon be time for the sightings of many new mother turtles making there long journey to their nesting… Continue reading
An Overview of Why Salamander Conservation is Needed by Matt Ellerbeck, Salamander Conservationist Although they are rarely given much thought, and often overlooked when they are, salamanders are in a terrible crisis. Around… Continue reading
by CRYSTAL ROBERTSON, Stewardship Coordinator || Biologists in the cottage community of Long Point, Ontario are excited for a long term solution to high numbers of wildlife road mortality. The peninsula of Long… Continue reading
The following article was written by Ontario Turtle Tally Participant Sheila Stanley, and was originally published in the Wellington Times. Click on the thumbnail below to view the entire article.