Many believe only coastal provinces experience tides.
We all expect tides in oceans or seas, but we can also find them in Ontario’s far north.
Towns and villages along James and Hudson’s Bay coastlines experience tides and can appreciate tidal effects like fishing cycles and changes in currents.
Continue reading Ontario’s tidal force
Today’s post comes from Megan and Cora, two of Halfway Lake Provincial Park‘s discovery guides.
As discovery guides, part of our job is inspiring, encouraging, and motivating visitor to explore and discover nature everywhere!
Continue reading Hiking through Halfway Lake, discovery-style
Today’s post comes from Cathy Entwhistle, the Natural Heritage Education Leader and Volunteer Coordinator at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Reading the title, you might think this blog is about the many languages featured in Ontario.
While Ontario Parks is visited by dozens of different language speakers each year and we do our best to communicate with everyone, the staff we call “interpreters” might only speak one language (or at least, one human language).
In Ontario Parks, an interpreter’s job is actually to interpret Ontario’s nature and history for our many park visitors.
Continue reading Interpreting Ontario: introducing Ontario Parks’ interpreters
Can’t identify a bird or a butterfly you saw on your latest trip to one of Ontario’s provincial parks? Want to know more about a particular wild flower you spotted? Or whether the mushrooms you came across are edible?
Ontario Parks’ team of naturalists has the answer!
Continue reading Ask an Ontario Parks naturalist