Northern map turtles need oxygen to survive the winter — and are extraordinarily adapted to get it
How sea lampreys invaded the Great Lakes — and are only increasing in numbers...
These iconic birds have added magic to the soundscapes of Canada’s lakes for millions of years — but will we hear them forever?
The deepwater sculpin thrives in deep lakes and cold temperatures. Researchers are now sequencing its genome to unravel the genetic secrets of this iconic Canadian fish.
How a cocktail of invasive species and global change is altering the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River ecosystem
One man’s endeavour to save the province’s most endangered snake
Largely unheralded until Canadian Geographic’s National Bird Project was held, the renamed Canada jay — formerly grey jay — has become in many minds the country’s national bird
Today on “answering questions you never knew you had”...why don’t bird feet freeze in the winter?