The Greater Toronto Area’s warm winter puts wildlife, nature at risk

Toronto Star: Finally, snow. Enough to shovel. But nature’s first attempt to dump a lasting white calling card on Toronto Friday might be too little, too late for local critters, bugs and plants that have evolved to tolerate frigid, snowy Canadian winters -- not tennis-playing temperatures in December and January, which put their survival at risk. “We don’t need statistics to tell us something odd is happening,” says Ryan Ness, manager of water resources at the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.......

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