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bobolink is an example of local flora and fauna in TRCA watersheds Species Spotlight: How TRCA Ranks Flora and Fauna (11/22/2016) - Toronto and Region Conservation’s (TRCA) Environmental Monitoring team has a unique approach to the protection of natural heritage within its regional watersheds. All flora and fauna species, as well as vegetation ...
monitoring team finds fish in Highland Creek From Torontoist: Fish Make a Comeback in the GTA (11/4/2016) - It's a myth that's persisted for decades: You can't -- and wouldn't want to -- fish in the waters around Toronto. These days, writes Torontoist's Catherine McIntyre, there's a new school ...
Electro fishing, people on a boat A night out electrofishing in Frenchman’s Bay, Pickering (9/7/2016) - Recently I had the pleasure of accompanying TRCA’s Environmental Monitoring staff as they conducted nighttime electrofishing surveys at Frenchman’s Bay in Pickering. It was an amazing experience to join the ...
Bird Winged Wonders: Monitoring Wetland and Meadow Birds (8/17/2016) - Every spring, members of Toronto and Region Conservation's Environmental Monitoring team go out to the wetlands and meadows in our region to gauge the health of bird populations. While urban ...

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