Tags : nature

Damsels & Dragons: Conservation Halton Celebrates Odonata

     This looks like such an interesting event that we’re happy to help spread the word about it. Kids and nature lovers are sure to have a good time. You might even see us there. Here’s the news from Conservation Halton:      Have you ever seen a flying jewel? Skimming across the surface of a […]Read More

Audrey Tournay’s Great Work at Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

     CTV’s W5 aired a segment about Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary a few weeks ago. This is a wonderful organization that rescues and nurtures abandoned and injured wild animals and birds.      I would love to do a huge feature article on their work, but they are in Rosseau, Ontario, well outside the Niagara Escarpment […]Read More

Spring Excitement Over Eastern Pipistrelle Bat

     Our spring issue has been attracting a bit of attention.      I received this note from Jane Christmas, who is the manager of public and media relations for McMaster University, and also the author of What the Psychic Told the Pilgrim, which I reviewed in Spring 2008: “I just read your Editor’s View, and […]Read More