Today’s blog was written by Jessica Stillman, school outreach coordinator at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Moths are marvelous!
While we may mock their desire to go towards the light, they lead interesting and diverse lives.
With over 2,800 species of moths recorded in Ontario on iNaturalist, we wanted to shed some light on five moth facts that we think you need to know this National Moth Week: Continue reading Five marvelous moth facts
Today’s blog was written by Jessica Stillman, School Outreach Coordinator at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
What is ferocious like a lion, fast like a tiger, or hibernates like a bear?
These three amazing insects!
Antlions, tiger beetles, and Woolly Bear Caterpillars might not be the first things that pop into your mind when you think of a furry or ferocious predator, but believe me, these small critters are mighty impressive!
Continue reading Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!
You arrive at your campsite on a beautiful spring weekend for some early-season camping and begin to set up your site. You’ve already noticed that the trees on the way to the park look a bit thin, like they do at the beginning of spring.
Then one of the kids notices that one of the trees has a big clump of blackish stuff that’s moving…
Continue reading What’s with all the caterpillars?