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Volunteering off the beaten path

Shoreline clean-up on Brier Island, NS (Photo by NCC)

This summer, get off the beaten track and lend a hand for nature! Abandon your weekend routine, and venture into some of the lesser-known corners of Canada by joining one of the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) Conservation Volunteers...

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Getting schooled in bee conservation

Grade 2 students learning about pollinators (Photo courtesy Bee City Canada)

The Bee City Canada School program, created by Bee City Canada, was brought to life not in a boardroom, not in front of a computer screen, but in a classroom. Ashleigh White, a teacher at Tredway-Woodsworth Public School in Scarborough, Ontario,...

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For the bison: A day at Old Man on His Back

Bison, Old Man on His Back, SK (Photo by NCC)

Bison, Old Man on His Back, SK (Photo by NCC)

Upon waking up, I look out the window of the interpretive centre at the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area (OMB) in Saskatchewan. I watch the bursting sunrise stretch...

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Something's Fishy: Life in the slow lane

Western silvery minnow (Photo by Karen Scott, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada))

In my day-to-day life working in Canada’s largest city, I often find myself rushing from one thing to the next. People are always advising me to stop to smell the roses. I don’t like the smell of roses, so this unwavering, kind-hearted...

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Listening to the answers hidden in frog calls

Western chorus frog (Photo by Ryan Bolton)

Taking the time and effort to listen is essential to fully experiencing the outdoors. As a biologist, I am always keeping an eye and ear out for anything out of the ordinary, such as a rare frog, plant or bird species I’ve been hoping to...

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