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Articles on Native species

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A sunflower miner bee, a species considered vulnerable in Ontario. (Shutterstock)

Wild bees are under threat from domestic bees, invasive species, pathogens and climate change — but we can help

Wild bees face risks from domesticated bees, habitat loss, and climate change. Supporting bee diversity in Ontario is an important component of promoting a healthy environment.
A native Woodland Skipper butterfly sips nectar from a non-native Bull’s Thistle flower. Stephanie A. Rivest

Good or bad? Some ‘invasive species’ can help native ecosystems thrive

Conservation practitioners and policymakers must organize and prioritize the management of habitats around whether species are more beneficial or harmful to biodiversity.

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