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Birds, bees, foxes, turtles and snakes are on the move – and so are we! Ontario Nature has a lot planned this season and we want you to be part of it. Keep reading to find out how your generous support has made a difference this past year, discover a great webinar you can attend and learn about the latest conservation news in Ontario!

Executive Director's Report 2021-2022 Ontario Nature Annual General Meeting


You Help Us Make a Difference for Nature!

Our work advocating for more protected places, safeguarding wild species, connecting people to nature and so much more is possible because of your support – thank you! You can read about these accomplishments in our 2021-2022 Annual Report. You can also watch a recording of Caroline Schultz’s year in review from our 91st Annual General Meeting, where we welcomed Ontario Nature members from across the country last month.  


Endangered Species, Species at Risk in Ontario


Help Us Protect Endangered Species

You can help us take action to save at-risk wildlife across our province. By making a gift, you will support:

  • Ongoing advocacy and legal actions
  • The protection and restoration of wetlands, which are vital to conserving biodiversity and adapting to the impacts of climate change
  • Growing a community of people dedicated to increasing our collective knowledge of wildlife across the province
Thank you! 

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Take Part in Our Northern Ontario Nature-Based Tourism Webinar

Join Jake Guggenheimer, our Nature-based Tourism Project Coordinator from our Thunder Bay office as he shares some secrets of northern Ontario. Discover some of the beautiful natural features, activities and other travel tips. With the uncertainty of international travel and incentives like the Ontario Staycation Tax Credit, “staying at home” has never been so fun. Join this live webinar to help inspire your next trip north!
  • July 22, 2022
  • 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
During this free webinar, you’ll learn about some of the best camping, hiking, and wildlife viewing spots the province has to offer. From easily accessible vistas to deep wilderness areas, northern Ontario has something for everyone!

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Join Us on a Guided Birding Walk for Youth in Thunder Bay

Are you a young birder (or know one) looking to gain bird identification skills and learn more about how to participate in community science initiatives such as the third Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas and eBird? Then this series is for you!

Ontario Nature has partnered with the Lakehead Region Conservation Authority to host a series of guided birding walks through our Birding Backpack Program. We hope this program provides the resources to engage young people with birding and community science.

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ON Nature magazine Summer 2022

Magazine Summer Edition Hot Off the Press!

The summer issue of our ON Nature magazine is available and contains interesting and informative articles on earthworms impact on forests, pawpaw fruit and the decline of buzzing insects. Sign up now if you’d like to receive a free notification when we publish new issues online.

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Don’t Miss Our Nature Network Newsletter

Our Nature Network connects Ontario Nature with people making their communities better places in which to live. Ontario Nature advocates for local issues at the provincial level, and community groups lead local conservation work and bring local concerns to provincial attention. The free monthly newsletter provides conservation updates about the Nature Network and its member groups including events, campaigns, resources and other pertinent environmental news. It’s your way to stay connected with the environmental movement in Ontario. 


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