Our friends at the Georgian Bay Turtle Hospital (GBTH) need your support. They are hoping to obtain $100K in funding from the Aviva Community Fund competition to convert a small airplane hangar into… Continue reading
Drawing of a Turtle, by Clairice (age 9) Post-it reads: Turtles are good — they swim good because they help the environment of water. — Don’t hurt the turtles! signed Clairice.
Photo by Jennifer Howard Ontario Turtle Tallier since 2007
On November 3rd, 2012, Turtle Talliers and FrogWatchers from across the province gathered for a fun-filled day of presentations from frog and turtle stewards, opportunities to share photos and meet fellow conservationists, and an opportunity to tour the Zoo’s reptile and amphibian… Continue reading
Article by: Shannon Ritchie In the journal of Herpetological Conservation and Biology, an interesting study was published entitled “Community-Level Reponses to Climate Change: Shifts in Anuran Calling Penology” (Walpole et al., 2012). This… Continue reading
Adopt-A-Pond took part in the 11th annual Youth Outdoors Day at Luther Marsh Conservation Area outside of Guelph on September 15th. Youth Outdoors Day is an annual event organized by a team of… Continue reading
by KEN ARDILL, Zoo Photographer (Volunteer) || One day old and cute, cute, cute! It’s a Blanding’s Turtle, born at Toronto Zoo on August 6th! This medium-size species, found around the Great Lakes, has… 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