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Recent Releases from Ontario Nature

Ontario Nature clubs count for conservation - 110th Christmas bird count

Published Tue, 15 Dec 2009 09:57:39 EST Read More

Media Release For Immediate Release Counting for conservation! The 110th Christmas Bird Count Toronto, December 15, 2009 - Citizen scientists are grabbing their binoculars and heading outside for the annual Christmas Bird Count, the largest single volunteer conservation movement on behalf of wildlife. The count begins this week and continues until January 5, 2010. This year, nearly 40 Ontario Nature member groups are leading bird counts in communities as far no...... Click here to read this release



Tens of millions of migrant birds are on the move in Ontario

Published Fri, 24 Oct 2008 11:13:39 EST Read More

Heading South Tens of millions of migrant birds are on the move in Ontario By: Gregor Beck While cottagers are busy packing up their lakeside retreats and local residents are battening down the hatches, Ontario's songbirds are also making plans in anticipation of winter. Throughout the fall, some of the province's most numerous and familiar bird species are making stealthy exits amid the falling leaves of autumn. Fall migration is even larger than spring migration since ...... Click here to read this release



Ontario Nature calls on McGuinty government to reform outdated Ontario Mining Act

Published Tue, 30 Sep 2008 13:06:17 EST Read More

Ontario’s Mining Act full of holes! Now is the time to participate in the consultation process and help shape the outdated Ontario Mining Act (Toronto, September 30, 2008) Ontario Nature, a leading conservation and habitat protection organization, is calling on the Province to address the social and environmental holes in Ontario’s archaic Mining Act. The Ontario government is now in the process of revising the 116-year-old legislation and is giving the public the opport...... Click here to read this release



Leading Ontario conservation group applauds the Ontario government’s landmark Boreal forest announcement

Published Mon, 14 Jul 2008 13:51:52 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release Conservation group applauds the Ontario government’s landmark Boreal forest announcement Toronto, July 14, 2008 - Ontario Nature applauds today’s landmark announcement by the Ontario government to implement measures to protect the province's northern boreal region. The announcement delivers on important election promises and will result in the protection of at least 50 percent of this region from industrial development. This announceme...... Click here to read this release



Ontario Nature calls on provincial government to protect Lake Simcoe Watershed

Published Mon, 9 Jun 2008 17:01:48 EST Read More

Natural heritage designation seen as key to stopping large scale developments (Toronto, Ontario, June 9, 2008) This past weekend, members of Ontario Nature passed a resolution at their Annual General Meeting calling for increased protection for the Lake Simcoe Watershed. The resolution contains 5 parts, all of which focus on pressuring the Ontario government to end development in the area and to re-invest resources in research and rehabilitation. The resolution: * Urges the G...... Click here to read this release



Ontario Nature honours provincial conservation heroes

Published Fri, 6 Jun 2008 14:10:20 EST Read More

Embargoed until Saturday, June 7 Ontario Nature honours provincial conservation heroes City of Orillia and Region of Waterloo, Sudbury area water quality group and residents of Lakefield, Kirkfield, Hamilton, Cobourg, Bright’s Grove, Oakville and Peterborough recognized for leadership in conservation and nature protection (Kirkfield, Ontario, June 7, 2008) – This weekend, Ontario Nature (ON) acknowledged the contributions of individuals and organizations who hav...... Click here to read this release