SEA Change! SEA Solutions! SEA the Future! Working towards the environmental, social, and economic well-being of area residents and all Islanders. Land LinesUnlikely animal pairings: Part oneSometimes, wild animals find themselves working alongside other species for the mutual benefit of both species. Working together can increase the likelihood of a successful hunt for both parties, increase effectiveness and save energy.Paw in claw: Friendships in the wildFriendships are one of the most organic things that can happen between humans. NCC's Raechel Bonomo discusses similar bonds between species in the wild.My fuzzy museThere are over 3,000 species of moths in Ontario alone! In North America there are nearly 12,000 moth species, more than 10 times as many species as birds.The Wildflower Blog: Three favourite wildflowers to growBloodroot, Dutchman's breeches and Virginia bluebells are three lovely spring-blooming wildflowers that are worthy of any flower garden.My best Canada's Parks Day wishes!For Canada's Parks Day, try to spend time in nature, reflect on what it means to love and respect nature and pass on the love to someone else!The calming effects of natural soundscapesDid you know the sounds of nature can decrease stress and help you relax? The theories that explain these psychological and physiological effects include attention restoration theory and stress recovery theory.It’s turtle time!As the weather warms up, both vehicle and turtle traffic on our roads increases, and so does the threat of road mortality to Ontario's native turtle populations. NCC's eastern Ontario stewardship team has made helping turtles safely cross the road part of our day-to-day mission on the drive from our office at the Queen’s University […]Keep your coffee mug covered: How LDD put a lid on my camping tripIs that pitter patter the sound of rain? If you're camping in an LDD moth-infested area, it might be caterpillar droppings raining down on you.No Mow May is over, now what?Now that No Mow May is over, here's how we can still support backyard biodiversity.Wild about chickensLearn about the heritage livestock conservation movement and how some at-risk breeds are conserved by small-scale producers, hobby farmers and urban homesteaders.