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Alderville Shoreline Cleanup Project

Written by Christine Drader  On Tuesday, July 20th, myself, Avalon, and Taylor from Turtle Island Conservation as well as Michelle from the Great Lakes Program went to Alderville First Nation for a shoreline cleanup event.… Continue reading

World Snake Day 2021

Today, June 16th, 2021 is World Snake day! Reptiles play a huge role in the health of our ecosystems around the world. In urbanized areas like southern Ontario, snakes  feed on small mammals like mice and rats, reducing the rodent pest population and in-turn… Continue reading

Meet the NBCP Summer Team!

Every year the Native Bat Conservation Project relies on summer staff to help with the variety of jobs that track the bats over their active season. Meet the individuals making a difference this summer. 

Bat Myths 101

This week we will be debunking some common myths about bats. These incredible winged creatures often get misrepresented in the media and we would like to take this week to set the record straight. Hopefully you’ll learn something new! 

Meet the Bat Team! #WingedWednesdays

Welcome back to #WingedWednesdays!

This week, we’re going to introduce you to the team behind the Toronto Zoo’s Native Bat Conservation Program (NBCP). We’re a small team, but we work hard to protect Ontario’s bats to get the word out about how cool they are!

Turtle Island Turtle Teachings

Join us on our blog page to learn all about Turtle Island!

World Turtle Weekend

Written by Katie Zajac, all photos by Tharusha Wijewardena What’s a better way to get into World Turtle Weekend than by learning about turtle surveys?! My name is Katie Zajac and I am a Master of Environmental Science… Continue reading

Introducing the Native Bat Conservation Program and #WingedWednesdays! 🦇🦇🦇

Welcome to our new summer batty blog guest series #WingedWednesdays, courtesy of Adopt-A-Pond! We are the Toronto Zoo’s Native Bat Conservation Program (NBCP), and we strive to conserve all eight species of bats in Ontario. We do this… Continue reading

What is the First Sign of Spring?

By Courtney Leermakers It’s that time of year again, when outside temperatures slowly begin to increase so you decide to go for a walk near your neighborhood pond. You’re humming to the beat… Continue reading

2021 ILRM Conference: Our Thoughts and Gratitude

The Adopt-A-Pond (AAP) Team was honoured to virtually attend the annual Indigenous Lands and Resource Management Conference, hosted by Magnetawan First Nation and the Georgian Bay Biosphere. This conference took place from April… Continue reading