Bumblebee Blog: Captive Breeding

I had a wonderful time this summer working for Wildlife Preservation Canada’s pollinator program! I worked as an assistant on the project, and my job consisted of two components—caring for the multiple captive bumble bee colonies that WPC was raising, and...

Fledglings galore!

After many weeks of closely observing busy nest trees, the young shrike fledglings are now on the move and the nest trees are quiet once again. All four pairs in the Napanee Plain in Ontario have successfully fledged young and all the adults are still very busy...

Our Littlest Noahs

This spring I had the pleasure of leading a group of kids on a (partially) guided walk through Centennial Park in Etobicoke, an event organized by Wildlife Preservation Canada board member Pinar Ozyetis.   Approximately 15 children and their parents gathered...