THE GLOBE AND MAIL — Dr. Louis Fortier wasn’t one to let an opportunity slip through his fingers — especially not at the eleventh hour… Dr. Fortier died on Oct. 4, 2020, from complications related to leukemia. He was 66.
LIVING BIRD MAGAZINE, Winter 2020 — In early February of 2019, WhatsApp birding groups in southern Ontario were firing off finch alerts. More than a dozen Pine Grosbeaks spotted in Durham, northwest of Toronto. Evening Grosbeaks at Long Point, on the northern shore of Lake Erie. A flock of redpolls around Point Pelee on Lake Erie. Ron Pittaway was ready. In the yard of his home in the northeastern corner of Toronto, he had his feeders filled with oil-rich nyjer seed and a buffet of sunflower and safflower seed, peanut butter and suet spread across his tree-studded urban property. “See … Read more…
AUDUBON — Thaidene Nëné, declared this summer, is a milestone for an Indigenous-led conservation movement that can help keep carbon in the ground and protect crucial habitat as the planet warms.
ARCTIC TODAY — For more than 10,000 years, dogs have been an integral part of Arctic culture. They have guided sleds across frozen seas, barked warnings of polar bears and sniffed out seal breathing holes.
Battling rising seas and creeping asphalt, scientists race to save two endangered species.