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Holding the line for nature
Lundrigan’s Marsh is a protected wetland next to an industrial park. The community is making sure it’s not laid to waste.

Seven rare species in the Carolinian zone
From unsung amphibian heroes to flying mammals, there are more rare species of plants and animals here than anywhere else in the country.

Ten birds to spot in the Carolinian zone
Find out why gardening is good for birders (with photography by July Talk drummer Danny Miles).

New troubles for monarchs and how you can help
The butterfly is continuing to lose ground in Mexico’s forests, but you can help monarchs rebound this spring by making the right choices for your garden.

Happy trails: Canadians Go Wild for birds, bees and whales
Communities across Canada improve habitat, use citizen science to protect wildlife through Go Wild Community Grants. Apply before Nov. 24.