Birds who hunt insects while in flight are known as aerial insectivores. These birds are able to perform exceptional in-flight turns and adjust their flight speeds. Some of them can even spend hours continuously in… Continue Reading
By Deborah Martin-Downs, Chief Administrative Officer, Credit Valley Conservation I learned early in my career the importance of the relationship between the land and water. How different geology, soils and landforms influence the types of… Continue Reading
On World Water Day, we’re proud to share a story from Conservation Ontario written by our own Chief Administrative Officer, Deborah Martin-Downs. Read on to discover the important role of Ontario’s conservation authorities in delivering… Continue Reading
Today’s the day we celebrate love and relationships. But did you know love is all around us in nature? This Valentine’s Day we’re marking a different kind of romance, one that lives in the Credit… Continue Reading
Forests are a vital part of the Earth’s life-support system. They clean air and make oxygen, moderate temperature, and reduce wind and soil erosion. They’re incredible places to hike and unwind. To get the most… Continue Reading
Lake Ontario’s north shore is a hotspot for migrating birds. They arrive on our shoreline hungry and exhausted after their 40-kilometre flight across Lake Ontario during spring migration. Our growing communities in the greater Toronto… Continue Reading
Did you know that many environmental scientists call wetlands Mother Nature’s most valuable assets? At CVC, we celebrate wetlands because they are critical for the environment. Over the past year, we delivered a special program… Continue Reading
2017 Accomplishments Message from CVC’s CAO.