Scales Nature Park works with research facilities, companies, and other conservation organisations on collaborative projects. Find out more about some of our closest partners below!
Georgian Bay Turtle Hospital
Stewardship * Rehabilitation * Research
The Georgian Bay Turtle Hospital (GBTH) is a non-profit organization that will rehabilitate injured turtles, incubate recovered eggs, and conduct other activities related to the conservation of turtles, such as public education, population monitoring, and research. The primary focus is expected to be the Georgian Bay/Lake Huron watershed region. *opening date TBA*
The Canadian Wildlife Federation’s (CWF) mission is to conserve and inspire the conservation of Canada’s wildlife and habitats for the use and enjoyment of all. They conduct activities through a cooperative approach – working with people, corporations, non-government organizations, and governments to inspire collaboration in achieving wildlife conservation.
Ontario Nature is a charitable conservation organization that protects wild species and spaces through conservation, education and public engagement. Since it was established as the Federation of Ontario Naturalists in 1931, Ontario Nature has has worked towards creating an Ontario where nature inspires and sustains us for generations to come.
The Land Between charity is a grassroots non-government organization. It’s the first and only organization to represent the region extending from the Georgian Bay Coast to the Ottawa Valley. The charity works diligently and strategically with community partners to research and conserve ecological, cultural and socio-economic assets and systems across this irreplaceable region, which in turn supports all of southern Ontario.
Sciensational Sssnakes provides hands-on education about reptiles and amphibians for the young and the young at heart. By increasing public knowledge and appreciation, they hope to help wild populations of these animals.
Scales Nature Park works with many academic institutions and researchers to advance conservation science. If you are a researcher interested in working with us, whether for a degree or ongoing project, please contact us.