A curious hockey enthusiast turns his sights to lacrosse, a sport with deep roots — and avid fans — in Orangeville
Sherri Cox, a corporate executive turned wildlife vet, takes her surgical skills on the road to aid animals in distress.
Chorus frogs are vulnerable to a who’s who of predators from ground-foraging birds, to shrews, to big spiders to small snakes.
Sugaring off is a time-honoured ritual in the hills.
Winter is the best time to find evidence of mink. With snow cover, mink tracks can readily be found along streams or the verges of ponds and lakes.
Cottontails conceal themselves in dense thickets of shrubs and brambles.
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For most of the century before I arrived, this old house hosted a parade of smoker-drinker-carnivores who poured Paris green arsenic on their potato plants and thought cleansing of any kind was weakening.
Spring in the Hills
Five ways butterflies survive the winter.
Misha Dubbeld’s gracious Mono garden is a testament to 20 years of love and labour. With all that she’s learned, her latest project is conceived on a grand scale.
The heart-gladdening beauty of early wildflowers is a signal all is right in the woodland. Which one is your favourite?
Birdwatchers like me are notoriously nerdy, and the essence of this is a fascination with lists.
How the Heritage Bee Company is boosting the honeybee population in Headwaters and inspiring newbie beekeepers.
Gardener Liz Knowles’ passion for rare yet rugged alpine flora has transformed her Mono gardens into more than an aesthetic triumph. They’re an aide memoire of her life and travels 40 years on.