Ontario Natural Resources and Forestry

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Out camping this long-weekend? Be Bear Wise and keep an eye out for signs of bear activity, such as tracks or claw marks on trees. 🐻 🕰 This clip was featured in th@ArchivesOntarioio video “Animals on film”, available on their YouTube channel. #FridaysFromTheArchivesedV
#DYK Ontario has added 25 new Conservation officers to the force? These officers are now patrolling the provinces’ lakes, rivers, trails and back roads to protect our natural resources and ensure public safety. #natureconservationday #conservation #conservationofficer
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Abitibi River Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 5, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
Today’s #DayintheLife post features Mike, a senior research technician, who supports research on fish populations in Ontario’s inland rivers. Learn more about his work at facebook.com/ONresources/po… #ScienceON #AquaticResearch
Are you out camping this long weekend? ⛺ Remember to be present and never leave your campfire unattended! Stay close, keep it small, and have the tools on hand to put it out properly. Learn more about how to #preventforestfires at ontario.ca/page/how-preve…
Bears love a midnight buffet. Store your garbage inside until the morning of collection day. Be #bearwise.
The approved aerial herbicide projects for the Black Spruce, Dog-River Matawin & Lakehead Forests will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Pineland Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Trout Lake Forest will be sprayed starting on or about: August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
It’s National Drowning Prevention Week. Spending time with young children in a backyard pool this summer? Follow these helpful tips to keep your pool safe for the family redcross.ca/training-and-c… #NDPW2022 #Swimmingpool
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#DYK it’s illegal to leave litter on Crown land? 😲🗑🚔 Help keep our natural spaces clean! Remember to pick up your trash and leave the area clean after a visit #CrownlandandOntario.ca/crownlandcampi…fo#actONLittert#OursToProtecteu3C
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Spanish Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Hearst Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
In today’s #DayintheLife post, meet Vince, a senior research technician at the Codrington Fisheries Research Facility. Find out more about him at facebook.com/ONresources/po… #ScienceON #AquaticResearch
Want to stay up to date on #ForestFire conditions across the province? Follow @ONforestfires today! Visit Ontario.ca/ForestFire for information on current wildland fire danger and activity.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Abitibi River Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 5, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Boundary Waters Forest will be sprayed starting on or about: August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project(s) for the Nipissing Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 20, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Northshore Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 18, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
An unleashed dog may lead a bear back to you. Remember to leash your dog and keep yourself and your furry friend safe. Learn more about how you can be #bearwise at ontario.ca/bearwise
Raccoons, skunks and foxes are a part of our urban ecosystems. By vaccinating wildlife in target areas, we aim to prevent the spread of rabies and help keep wildlife, people and pets safe. Find out more: facebook.com/ONresources/po… #ScienceON
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Romeo Malette Forest will be sprayed starting on or after August 15, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Sudbury Forest will be sprayed starting on or about: August 15, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Gordon Cosens Forest will be sprayed starting on or about July 25, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Missinaibi Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 15, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
Your bird feeders might attract bears, not birds to your yard. Put your bird feeders away during warmer months. Learn more about how you can be #bearwise at ontario.ca/bearwise
Ontario is home to some of the most exciting freshwater fishing in the world. From fly-in wilderness outposts and all-inclusive lodges to charter fishing operations, there are endless year-round angling opportunities. Plan your next fishing trip. destinationontario.com/en-ca/things-t…
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The approved aerial herbicide project(s) for the Timiskaming will be sprayed starting on or about: August 10, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide projects for the Temagami Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 5, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The prescribed burn plan for burning that will be carried out in the Lakehead Forest between July 21, 2022, and November 30, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
Be #Bearwise if you’re going camping or backcountry camping this weekend. #Bears are attracted to anything that looks and smells like food so make sure you store things accordingly. Learn more: facebook.com/ONresources/po…
Review and comment on the 2023-2033 Draft Forest Management Plan (FMP) for the Wabadowgang Noopming Forest. The comment period closes on September 9, 2022. Visit: Natural Resources Information Portal to view the map nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online
ICYMI rabies control operations are underway in Ontario! Find out more facebook.com/ONresources/po… #ScienceON
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Trout Lake Forest will be sprayed starting on or about: August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
It’s #FamilyFishingWeek! 🎣 Canadian residents are encouraged to grab a rod and reel to catch a good time this week! For information on free fishing opportunities in Ontario, visit:ontariofamilyfishing.comMc
Today is the start of the Great Lakes Aquatic Invasive Species Landing Blitz, a campaign throughout the Great Lakes region to raise awareness about the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species. glc.org/work/blitz #GLAISBlitz #InvasiveSpecies
So many things to do, so many sights to see! Where will you be exploring this #CanadaDay weekend?
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Hearst Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide projects for the Black Spruce, Dog-River Matawin & Lakehead Forests will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Pineland Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Kenogami Forest will be sprayed starting on or about: August 2, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Spanish Forest will be sprayed starting on or about August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
Bear fact: cubs typically stay with their mother for 1.5 years. If you see a cub or small bear, there is a good chance that the mother bear is nearby. Be #BearWise. Learn more: ontario.ca/bearwise
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Gordon Cosens Forest will be sprayed starting on or about July 25, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
The approved aerial herbicide project for the Boundary Waters Forest will be sprayed starting on or about: August 1, 2022. Visit Natural Resources Information Portal nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online.
Be #BearWise this summer. Report non-emergency #bear encounters by calling 1-866-514-2327. For emergency situations, call 911 or your local police. ontario.ca/bearwise
We’re back at it again! Starting this month, our annual rabies bait drop program will begin in southern Ontario, distributing rabies vaccines for raccoons, skunks and foxes. Learn more: news.ontario.ca/en/bulletin/10…
Review and comment on the 2023-2033 Draft Forest Management Plan (FMP) for the Wabadowgang Noopming Forest. The comment period closes on September 9, 2022. Visit: Natural Resources Information Portal to view the map nrip.mnr.gov.on.ca/s/fmp-online
If you’re out in bear country, remember to keep your dog on a leash. An unleashed dog can surprise bears and cause them to act defensively, putting you and your dog in danger. Learn more about #BearWise tips for your dog: facebook.com/ONresources/po…
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