Our health and quality of life depends on biodiversity – a mix of wild plants, animals and habitats. We are fortunate to live in a province of rich biodiversity and our job is to ensure there is enough suitable, healthy habitat available so that Ontario’s plants and animals can thrive and grow.
Conservation Authorities, landowners and community groups are working together to improve, restore and secure natural habitat for species at risk.
Brochure:Stewardship Partners Working Together to Recover Species at Risk
Fact Sheets: • Buffers and Livestock Fencing • Butternut Recovery Program • Communities for Nature • Habitat for Reptiles • Restoring Habitat for the Prothonotary Warbler • Restoring the Shore for Fish • Restoring the Wainfleet Bog • Wetland Creation and Enhancement Program
Visit different conservation authority websites for more details on their individual projects and visit this website regularly for updated links to CA Species at Risk initiatives.
Species At Risk Projects
Central Lake Ontario
Lake Simcoe Region
Long Point Region
Lower Thames Valley
St. Clair Region
Turtle Nesting Site
Trees SAR Flier
Toronto and Region
Habitat Protection and Regeneration
Upper Thames River