Can you identify these Canadian seasonal migrants?
While the depths of Canada’s winter may spur on “snow birds” of the human kind to seek out warmer temperatures in the south, some wildlife also migrate varying distances to reach more hospitable environments and to find food. Can you guess which species make these incredible journeys?Read more »
Can you guess the species at risk?
An important impact of the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) conservation work is that we protect and recover habitat for more than 50 Canadian species on the Red List or those that have been assessed as near threatened. Can you guess the species at risk that NCC is working to protect?Read more »
What if you were an oak tree?
The life of almost every tree starts as a seed. Throughout its life, a tree will experience many changes and provide habitat and food for several species. Take the quiz below to learn how to live like an oak tree.Read more »
Guess the Nature Destination!
What better way to celebrate all that this country as to offer, than exploring its diverse landscapes? The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is launching a program called Nature Destinations, which encourages Canadians to explore conserved land across Canada. Take our quiz to discover the destinations below:Read more »
5 questions about small acts of conservation
Take our quiz about small acts of conservation we can all take to help nature, which will also benefit you and your community:Read more »
5 questions about species reproduction & mating rituals
With the warmer weather comes new life: species across Canada reproduce and give birth, helping to maintain their population levels, sustain food webs and preserve balance in delicate ecosystems. Take our quiz to see how species mating rituals come into play.Read more »
Do you know why wetlands matter?
Wetlands are one of Canada’s most important ecosystems. Take our quiz and learn more about wetlands and how they impact nature. Read more »
How to hibernate like a Canadian species
When the weather cools down species of all shapes and sizes feel the effects of winter. Whether species are digging deep under ice or defying the cold on land, these species know how to brave winter – Canadian style. Read more »