Wildlife Habitat Mangement Overview
  • Living With Wildlife
  • Species At Risk
  • Endangered Species Act
  • Invasive Species
  • Enhancing Wildlife Habitat
  • Have a Property in Rural Ontario?

    Nature In Deed® is a portal to a wide range of information and resources about living in a rural environment. You'll find links to people and resource agencies who can provide information on just about any property-related question you may have.

    If you've never owned a property with a well or a septic system, where do you learn healthy ways to maintain them? If you're looking for information about managing your woodlot, about living with wildlife, about altering your shoreline or about starting up a small farm, we've done the research for you. If you want to talk to someone who has an understanding about specific local issues, then click on the link below for 'Who Can You Call for Help?'

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  • Living With Wildlife
  • Species At Risk
  • Endangered Species Act
  • Invasive Species
  • Enhancing Wildlife Habitat
  • Have a Property in Rural Ontario?

    Nature In Deed® is a portal to a wide range of information and resources about living in a rural environment. You'll find links to people and resource agencies who can provide information on just about any property-related question you may have.

    If you've never owned a property with a well or a septic system, where do you learn healthy ways to maintain them? If you're looking for information about managing your woodlot, about living with wildlife, about altering your shoreline or about starting up a small farm, we've done the research for you. If you want to talk to someone who has an understanding about specific local issues, then click on the link below for 'Who Can You Call for Help?'

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  • Living With Wildlife
  • Species At Risk
  • Endangered Species Act
  • Invasive Species
  • Enhancing Wildlife Habitat
  • Have a Property in Rural Ontario?

    Nature In Deed® is a portal to a wide range of information and resources about living in a rural environment. You'll find links to people and resource agencies who can provide information on just about any property-related question you may have.

    If you've never owned a property with a well or a septic system, where do you learn healthy ways to maintain them? If you're looking for information about managing your woodlot, about living with wildlife, about altering your shoreline or about starting up a small farm, we've done the research for you. If you want to talk to someone who has an understanding about specific local issues, then click on the link below for 'Who Can You Call for Help?'

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  • Living With Wildlife
  • Species At Risk
  • Endangered Species Act
  • Invasive Species
  • Enhancing Wildlife Habitat
  • Have a Property in Rural Ontario?

    Nature In Deed® is a portal to a wide range of information and resources about living in a rural environment. You'll find links to people and resource agencies who can provide information on just about any property-related question you may have.

    If you've never owned a property with a well or a septic system, where do you learn healthy ways to maintain them? If you're looking for information about managing your woodlot, about living with wildlife, about altering your shoreline or about starting up a small farm, we've done the research for you. If you want to talk to someone who has an understanding about specific local issues, then click on the link below for 'Who Can You Call for Help?'

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    Wildlife Habitat Management Overview

    Snowy-OwlWhen you first spot a doe and her young fawn browsing in your yard or a majestic Snowy Owl perched on your fence, you'll probably run for the camera and remain on the lookout for their reappearance. Being able to observe wildlife at close range is one of the great benefits of country living. On this page you can learn some specific ways to make your property wildlife-friendly so that they keep coming back.

    Of course, there are some types of wildlife that can become a real challenge if they learn that your place is a reliable source for food and shelter. For those types of issues, we've dedicated a full page with some helpful links for Living with Wildlife.

    When you are planning alterations to your land, remember that your lot is like one patch in an entire quilt. Any changes could mean a significant disruption to wildlife which have been living there much longer than you have. Each type of landscape has its own considerations and is covered on this website individually.

    Hinterland Who's Who, sponsored by Environment Canada and the Canadian Wildlife Federation, provides some great tips for wildlife-friendly practices and species fact sheets. Follow their link for Action and Awareness to find some practical ideas to help wildlife in your own backyard and in your community.

    The Ontario Field Naturalist's website provides a tool chest of useful books, links and gear for keen naturalists. Almost every community in Ontario has a field naturalist's club that provides workshops, field trips and other great opportunities to exchange information with other nature lovers.

    The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) offers some good resources about sustainable hunting and fishing to help you observe conservation guidelines while enjoying your sport. OFAH has invested millions of dollars into fish and wildlife research and restoration projects.

    • Fishing: Regulations, how-to guides and fact sheets for various fish species.
    • Hunting: Regulations and hunting education information.

    Wildlife Habitat Canada offers annual grants for the conservation, restoration and enhancement of wildlife habitat. Eligibility requirements include partnerships between landowners and community groups or NGOs.

    Environmental Farm Plan to make these habitat improvements. The Ontario Woodlot Owners Association has a number of excellent articles about enhancing wildlife on private land.

    The Society for Ecological Restoration in Ontario SERO SER Ontario (SERO) is part of an international organization committed to the ecologically sensitive repair and management of ecosystems. The mission is to promote the practice of ecological restoration and provide educational opportunities and materials for members and for the community at large.

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    Have a Property in Rural Ontario?

    Nature In Deed® is a portal to a wide range of information and resources about living in a rural environment. You'll find links to people and resource agencies who can provide information on just about any property-related question you may have.

    If you've never owned a property with a well or a septic system, where do you learn healthy ways to maintain them? If you're looking for information about managing your woodlot, about living with wildlife, about altering your shoreline or about starting up a small farm, we've done the research for you. If you want to talk to someone who has an understanding about specific local issues, then click on the link below for 'Who Can You Call for Help?'

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