Trees Please 2018

Our summary reports for the 2018 Trees Please season are now available! After three years of monitoring air quality and measuring trees, the Trees Please project, generously funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, has come to a close. Thank you to all the...
Webinar: Bats: The Real Stars of the Night

Webinar: Bats: The Real Stars of the Night

Our December 2020 webinar featured Toby Thorne, Program Coordinator for the Native Bat Conservation Program at the Toronto Zoo. Toby’s talk began with the fascinating and diverse world of bats as a whole, before narrowing in to the species found in Ontario, why...

Tree Giveaway in Homeside

Trees Please is hosting a Free Tree Give Away for 2020 because we love trees! Trees are available for residents of the Homeside neighbourhood, which bounded by Kenilworth Avenue North to the west, Strathearne Avenue to the east, the railroad to the north, and Main...
Preserving Twelve Mile Creek

Preserving Twelve Mile Creek

Twelve Mile Creek is the last cold water stream in the Niagara Region, and the Niagara Chapter of Trout Unlimited Canada is rightly proud of the work they are doing to preserve and enhance it. The Chapter works with many partners to counter the effects of...
When Wild Animals Need a Helping Hand

When Wild Animals Need a Helping Hand

Chantal Theijn from the Hobbitstee Wildlife Refuge discusses how to determine if wildlife is in need of help and if so, how to best help in a safe and responsible manner. Chantal Theijn is both the founder and the Authorized Wildlife Custodian at...

S1E20: Gunk, Gunk!

The Green Frog is a fairly common amphibian found in eastern North America in shallow, permanent water features. It’s well known for its “gunk, gunk!” call. In this soundscape you’ll hear it along with many other wetland and forest edge...