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Lauren Tonelli

Resource Management Specialist, OFAH
Lauren joined the OFAH in 2018 as the Resource Management Specialist. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Honours Specialization in Biology from University of Western Ontario and worked on invasive species before moving to the OFAH. From Northern Ontario, Lauren is an avid Walleye and Brook Trout angler, a third-generation trapper, and a fairly unsuccessful but enthusiastic hunter.
Six tom turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo) with tail fans spread out in fall.
The OFAH was a driving force in the reintroduction of wild turkey to Ontario in the 1980s and has advocated for
A beautiful landscape of the nature
May 22nd is the International Day for Biodiversity and this year also kicks off May long weekend; a time when Turkey hunters are wrapping up their spring

News of a coyote hunting contest sparked backlash from animal activist groups, including attempts to discredit legal hunting and trapping of coyotes. The OFAH debunks some of the myths about coyote contests and hunting.

In mid-December, Ontario’s Protect, Support and Recover from COVID-19 Act (Budget Measures) (Bill 229) received Royal Assent without any major amendments
Lauren Tonelli - OFAH Insider