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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

Woodland wonders

Woodland wonders

Wildflower expert Brian Carson has made a specialty of finding (and cultivating) rare trillium varieties and mutations — before developers’ bulldozers can wipe out their woodland habitats

The great white northerner

The great white northerner

Most Ontarians know belugas only from nature documentaries, but a hardy population of this marine species persists in the province’s northern reaches. Can it resist the impacts of climate change? – Ontario Nature

The sing-song of summer

The sing-song of summer

In the decade since designating the whip-poor-will a threatened species, the Ontario government has done little to halt its decline. Yet, without the bird’s call, Ontario outdoors would not be the same – Ontario Nature