The Canadian Field-Naturalist

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The Canadian Field-Naturalist (CFN) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing studies on ecology, behaviour, taxonomy, conservation, and other topics relevant to Canadian natural history. There are four issues per year.

All members of the Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club have full access to CFN content. Simply register for an account on the CFN website, email the journal manager to let them know that you registered for an account, and then log in to access all content after the journal manager gives you access.

Editor: Dr. Dwayne Lepitzki

Latest issue: 130 (1):

  1. Influence of Environmental Variables on the Diel Movements of the Greenland Shark (Somniosus microcephalus) in the St. Lawrence Estuary by Jeffrey J. Gallant, Marco A. Rodriguez, Michael J.W. Stokesbury, Chris Harvey-Clark, pp 1-14
  2. Lack of Response to Olfactory Lures Among Mammals in Riparian Habitat in Southern Wisconsin by Ryan J. Jacques, Joshua M. Kapfer, B. D. Eshelman, pp 15-21
  3. Distribution and Ecology of a New Species of Water-lily, Nymphaea loriana (Nymphaeaceae), in Western Canada by Diana Bizecki Robson, John H. Wiersema, C. Barre Hellquist, Thomas Borsch, pp 25-31
  4. A Checklist of Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Saskatchewan by James R.N. Glasier, Scott Nielsen, John H. Acorn, Leonid H. Borysenko, Troy Radtke, pp 40-48
  5. Arctic Plants Produce Vastly Different Numbers of Flowers in Three Contrasting Years at Lake Hazen, Quttinirpaaq National Park, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada by Zoe A. Panchen, 56-63
  6. Road Mortality of Reptiles and Other Wildlife at the Ojibway Prairie Complex and Greater Park Ecosystem in Southern Ontario by Jonathan D. Choquette, Lindsey Valliant, pp 64-75
  7. Remnant Freshwater Mussel Diversity in Rondeau Bay, Lake Erie by Scott M. Reid, Victoria Kopf, Anita LeBaron, Todd J. Morris, pp 76-81
  8. Ross’s Goose (Chen rossi) Nesting Colony at East Bay, Southampton Island, Nunavut by Clark Nissley, Christopher Williams, Kenneth F. Abraham, pp 22-24
  9. Swimming Long-tailed Vole (Microtus longicaudus) Killed by an Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) by Thomas S. Jung, pp 32-33
  10. The Timing of Egg-laying in Macrobiotid Species (Tardigrada) on the Island of Newfoundland by Kyla K. Brake, Michael A.J. Collins, pp 34-37
  11. Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) Attacks Waterbirds at Sea by Anthony J. Gaston, pp 38-39
  12. Larval Sea Lampreys (Petromyzon marinus) Do Not Emigrate from a Risky Habitat Under Semi-natural Conditions by Jacqueline L. Ayotte, István Imre, pp 49-52
  13. Cougars (Puma concolor) Killed by North American Porcupines (Erethizon dorsatum) by L. Mark Elbroch, Rafael Hoogesteijn, Howard Quigley, pp 53-55
  14. Book Reviews, pp 82-89
  15. News and Comment, pp 90