Adapting to SurviveMar 29, 2022 |
Animals use camouflage, poison and deception to live another day.
Why Highway 413 is a Bad IdeaMar 29, 2022 |
The “zombie” highway will hurt the environment, fail to solve the problems it aims to address – and there are better ideas to explore.
Signs of SpringMar 3, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
In March nature pushes against the shackles of winter, and then bursts free with birdsong and butterflies.
Bambi Has a Dark SideFeb 3, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
Deer are lovely but too many can hurt the environment.
Good Bird? Bad Bird?Jan 5, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
Starlings have three strikes against them.
Raven FoodiesDec 4, 2021 | | Notes from the Wild
Ravens are clever and adaptable, they eat just about anything we do.
Fall FungiNov 4, 2021 | | Notes from the Wild
Fungi are mysterious, stunningly diverse, and impactful.
TurtlesOct 12, 2021 | | Notes from the Wild
Only two of Ontario’s eight native turtle species are likely to be found here: midland painted turtles and common snapping turtles.
Calling All Citizen Scientists!Sep 24, 2021 |
All you need is a smartphone and a love of nature to make valuable contributions to conservation science.
To Catch a FishSep 13, 2021 | | Notes from the Wild
Fish are fast, slippery, and camouflaged, designed by evolution to avoid being eaten.
WaspsAug 16, 2021 | | Notes from the Wild
I’ve walked through meadows teeming with wasps, innumerable times, without being stung.
Batesian MimicryJul 7, 2021 | | Notes from the Wild
July is prime butterfly season in Headwaters.