Ticks & Lyme Disease It's that time of year again. The return of warmer weather also brings with it the return of ticks. Keep reading for more information on Ticks. What You Need to Know About Ticks The most common type of tick found in Hamilton is the American Dog tick. American Dog ticks cannot…Read more
Invasive species have been an increasing element of concern for ecologists, biologists, and land managers over the last 15 years.
More Trees for Hamilton Please! The Hamilton Conservation Foundation submitted a tree planting project to the AVIVA Community Fund for consideration. Now it’s your turn to vote in order to get our project funded! Register for an account and vote for our project before the end of the day on Thursday, October 19th and you’ll…Read more
West Nile Virus in Hamilton As of August 21st, 2017, the Medical Officer of Health has set the risk of West Nile virus in Hamilton to high. The high risk level means that West Nile virus is circulating in the mosquito population in Ontario and the likelihood of being bitten by an infected mosquito is higher…Read more