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eastern red bat Want to Learn More About Bats? So Do We! (5/9/2018) - Ontario's native bats are on the decline. Since 2012, four of the province's eight species -- little brown myotis, eastern small-footed myotis, northern myotis and tri-coloured bat -- have been listed as ...
TRCA field staff monitoring fish habitat Monitoring Matters to Watershed Report Cards (4/27/2018) - The state of regional forests and water resources received a ‘D’ average in the recently published 2018 Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) jurisdiction watershed report card.  The ‘D’ grade ...
paddlers on lake The Shape of Water Management: GTA Faces Complex Challenges (3/22/2018) - To mark World Water Day 2018, TRCA is sharing the following article, which first appeared in Revitalization News on December 15, 2017. Not long ago, Barry Laverick was invited to ...
view of Toronto skyline It’s Watershed Report Card Time Again! (3/22/2018) - Think back to elementary school days. Remember how every term used to end? There was the teacher, handing out report cards: your grades all listed by subject. Some of us ...
Zebra mussels on the Toronto waterfront Ecological Interlopers – Understanding Invasive Species (3/1/2018) - Second to habitat loss, invasive species pose the greatest threat to biodiversity. Invasives crowd out native plants and fish. They take over our woodlands, our wetlands and our waters. And ...


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