Preserving Nature

Preventing the Loss of 1.5 Billion Songbirds

Read how the Boreal Songbird Initiative is trying to prevent the loss of 1.5 billion more birds, after similar losses occurred between 1970 and today.

Watch for the upcoming free community showing in early 2017 of “The Messenger”, an important documentary on declining bird populations around the world.


Will climate change affect the breeding of local snapping turtles?


Melanie Massey, University of Toronto researcher, thinks it’s very likely.  On the evening of September 13th, Melanie presented to a sold out crowd of 56 at the Ingersoll Public Library.  Lacking chromosome structures like humans, the gender of snapping turtles is determined by the temperature their embryos grow at below ground.  With an overall rise in temperature by even a couple of degrees, the turtle populations can be affected negatively.  With typically only 1 in 1500 eggs making it to adulthood, this can add to the challenges facing the survival of the species.  For more information, see Melanie’s slide presentation attached. Thanks are extended to Ms. Massey for sharing her research.


Help David Suzuki Stop the War on Wolves

2016 08 17 David Suzuki Wolves


Sign the Monarch Manifesto!

Learn more by clicking the link below.

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