In the Field

2016 Water Quality Report is Out

The Wild Women of Conservation: My Heroines

I am going to share some of my female heroes in conservation, who have made a huge difference to the world around us.

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Job Posting: Engagement Organizer

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There is a new job opportunity at The Couchiching Conservancy!

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The Fantastic World of Bird Nicknames

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Reading an article on woodpeckers, the author referred to a Pileated woodpecker as a “Logcock”. That was a term I had never heard and it got me thinking. How many birds do I know that have nicknames?

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New Partnership with Orillia Museum of Art & History

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We are pleased to announce that the Conservancy will be working on a special project with the Orillia Museum (OMAH).

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Membership: Meaningful in Many Ways

Members often become volunteers because they grow more and more interested in this work and are inspired to take part in every aspect of it. There is nothing more humbling than nature, and nothing more empowering than protecting it.

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The Passport to Nature: Your guide to adventure

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Back for a third year, the Passport to Nature is your opportunity to outside with local experts to experience and learn about all that our region has to offer.

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A Year in the Life: 365 Days of Conservation

There are 365 days in a year. That’s 52 weeks, 8760 hours or 525,600 minutes. For the supporters, volunteers and staff of The Couchiching Conservancy, that time is dedicated to protecting some of the wild landscapes in our region.

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Get a jump on spring with these Volunteer Opportunities

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What better way to get back outside than to give time in support of conservation efforts? Learn about these great volunteer activities.

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In the News: Wildlife On the Move

A decade ago, we would visit Niagara-on-the-Lake for a glimpse of these species, and marvel that their ranges just barely reached into the southernmost bits of Ontario.

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