The Hunger Games' new Tributes (of nature)

Grizzly bear (Painting by David Arrigo) represents one of the several Canadian animals you can sponsor this holiday season.

Grizzly bear (Painting by David Arrigo) represents one of the several Canadian animals you can sponsor this holiday season.

November 20, 2015 | by Raechel Bonomo | 0 Comments

Welcome to the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC’s) Hunger Games! This year there are six tributes battling it out for Canada’s pledges. In honour of the underground District, here are 13 tweetable facts about NCC’s annual Gifts of Canadian Nature program…if you’re game for it.

                                                    



Send your favourite Tribute a gift from NCC’s Gifts of Canadian Nature arena! (Tweet this!)

This year, your Victor’s prize can be a grizzly bear (Tweet this!)

Do you think they have moose in District 12? (Tweet this!)

Gifts of Canadian Nature feature paintings more striking than Peeta’s! (Tweet this!)

NCC’s Quarter Quell features new and returning Victors. Place your bets now! (Tweet this!)

What is more beautiful, the Capitol or Canada’s landscapes? (Tweet this!)

Katniss has her Mockingjay, while NCC's Gifts of Canadian Nature has a great horned owl (Tweet this!)

Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories. These 13 "Districts" need protecting! (Tweet this!)

This year, you can be a Mentor to one of NCC’s Gifts of Canadian Nature Tributes (Tweet this!)

Hunger Games = 12 Tributes from Panem. NCC’s Gifts of Canadian Nature = 6 Tributes from Canada (Tweet this!)

Like Katniss’s arrow, hit the bullseye of gift giving this year with NCC’s Gifts of Canadian Nature (Tweet this!)

Take an Uprising against traditional gift giving with NCC’s Gifts of Canadian Nature (Tweet this!)

Be the Victor of gift giving this year with NCC! (Tweet this!)



Learn more about NCC's Gifts of Canadian Nature program.

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Raechel Bonomo is the editorial coordinator at the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

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