In The Media

NOW Cover, After the Flood, September 14 2017Lagoon Report imagery has been everywhere from Island phone books to provincial park tabloids to the front page of the Toronto Star. Our Canada ran imagery of the historic ferry Trillium, and news blogs have been picking up the story of the Island coyotes. Media requests for prints and image licensing can be directed to Sean Tamblyn.

Here are some of the online stories that the Lagoon Report has helped to illustrate:

November 8, 2018 NOW Magazine A year after the flood, Toronto Islands rebuild for storms yet to come
April 19, 2018 Toronto Life Take a look at the cool eco-art taking over the Gladstone Hotel
Sep 14, 2017 NOW Magazine Can Toronto Islands be saved from the next disaster?
April 23, 2014 City of Toronto Primary imagery for Doors Open Toronto 2014
August 4, 2013 The Toronto Star Ward’s Island Residents Celebrate 100th Anniversary
May 10, 2012 As coyotes appear on Toronto Islands, local cats start disappearing
May 9, 2012 Yonge Street Media Return of the trickster: Coyotes are making their presence known on the Toronto Islands
October 18, 2011 #Critterfile: On the Toronto Islands, mink makes its debut
December 3, 2010 The Toronto Star Mink colonizing Toronto Island

Mink, Centre Island, Toronto IslandsJuvenile night heron, Algonquin Island, Toronto IslandsCoyote staredown, Centre Island, Toronto Islands
Above, from left to right, ready for their time in the spotlight: published images of a mink, a juvenile black-crowned night heron, and a wiley Island coyote.