The day of our June meeting, Linda Lackner told us about a snapping turtle that had chosen the sand trap at Eagle Creek golf club for her egg laying. Susan Dodge captured the scene with a photo. Recommendations on how to protect the turtle were forthcoming i.e. putting a Continue reading →
Based on skeletal and fossil evidence, elk have been “hoofing it” in Ontario for at least 3,000 to 8,000 years (Bosveld 1996; Boyer 1996; O’Gara and Dundas 2002). Yet they disappeared from the province, as well as the remainder of eastern North America, during the late 1800s.