Tag Archive: wetlands

Magnetawan First Nation’s Environmental Stewardship & Anishinabek Land Management Conference

On Wednesday February 18th the Magnetawan First Nation, located about an hour north of Parry Sound, was host to the Environmental Stewardship & Anishinabek Land Management Conference. Adopt-A-Pond was honored to be invited to… Continue reading

“Newt-est” Encounter This Winter – Ontario’s Own Eastern Newt

Matt “The Salamander Man” and long-time supporter of Adopt-A-Pond, is at it again searching for salamanders in the cold Canadian winter. His “newt-est” encounter has been the unique sighting of Ontario’s own Eastern… Continue reading

Thank You to Everyone that Celebrated World Wetlands Day at the Toronto Zoo

Thank you to everyone that braved the snow and cold to visit the Toronto Zoo during World Wetlands Day. Even with temperatures reaching -19oC with the wind chill on Sunday, (and a huge… Continue reading

Alien Invaders: Phragmites

The Suspect European Common Reed Phragmites australis australis Known Whereabouts Phragmites australis americanus, the native subspecies of common reed, has historically grown in wetlands throughout the temperate zones in Canada. The European common… Continue reading