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This honeybee was tricked into pollinating this yellow lady’s-slipper. (Photo by Steven Anderson/NCC staff)

This honeybee was tricked into pollinating this yellow lady’s-slipper. (Photo by Steven Anderson/NCC staff)

Don’t trust lady’s-slippers (if you’re a bee)

October 18, 2019

Before I began working at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), I spent six years studying the pollination of two species of lady’s-slipper orchids in Manitoba and the northern U.S. While I no longer spend all of my time thinking about... Continue Reading »

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Leaders in Conservation: Fall Colours in Happy Valley Forest

Happy Valley Forest, 15200 7th Concession Rd.,Schomberg, ON.

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