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Call of the wild

Call of the wild

Bird calls and songs are giving scientists new insights into avian behaviour and population patterns. How researchers are gathering information for the third Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas by listening – ON Nature

Birds without borders

Birds without borders

Canada provides crucial breeding habitat to millions of migratory birds every year. Thanks to new methods of tracking and counting, we are learning more and more about their extraordinary lives — and the many challenges they face here and abroad – Canadian Wildlife

High performance in the boardroom

High performance in the boardroom

This 25,000-word report, published by Tony Gaffney/The Lambay Group, addresses the question: how are leading boards embracing change to achieve high performance? It is based on interviews with more than 30 leading Canadian board chairs and select executives

Tiny fish to big picture

Tiny fish to big picture

Marine biologist Amanda Vincent is a renowned seahorse specialist. Her work on these minute creatures has led her to become one of the world’s leading conservationists — and a global force for change – Canadian Wildlife

Riverdancers

Riverdancers

The playful behaviour of river otters has long enchanted animal lovers. But researchers continue to wonder about what drives these creatures’ curious antics – ON Nature

Man of the owl

Man of the owl

For more than 20 years, Gerry Powers has been the go-to guy, finding and caring for injured owls in B.C.’s Fraser Valley – Canadian Wildlife