NCC Quizzes

  • Blanding's turtle (Photo by Gabrielle Fortin)
    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.
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  • Glendale grizzlies, British Columbia (Photo by Klaus Gretzmacher)
    5 questions about how species adapt to Canadian winters

    With every change of season comes a variation in our diet, activities and outfit. Animals are no different. Learn about how animals react and adapt to the sting of cold in the quiz below.
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  • Ogilvie sunset on forest, BC (Photo by NCC)
    5 questions about Canadian forests

    Forests are one of Canada’s most iconic landscapes. Take our quiz and learn more about forests across the country, and around the world.
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  • Narwhals (Photo by Mario Cyr)
    5 questions about nature in the Great White North

    How much do you know about Canada’s Great White North and Arctic species? You may be surprised: many wide-ranging species can be found above the Arctic Circle at some parts of the year, and close to us at other times.
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  • Big Valley, SK (Photo by Cherie Westmoreland)
    Are you nature deficient?

    Are you easily tired? Stressed out? Have trouble sleeping? You may be nature deficient! Take this quiz to find out.
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  • North America at night (Photo by Earth Observatory, NASA/Wikimedia Commons)
    5 questions about light pollution

    In a not so distant past, urban and rural night skies were all tinged with the same magic. Today, you can still admire the vast celestial panorama when you travel outside of major urban centers.
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  • Endangered western prairie white-fringed orchid in the tall grass prairie, MB (Photo by NCC)
    5 questions about endangered species

    Whether it is large as the plains bison or discreet as the eastern mountain aven (a flower of Nova Scotia), each species is a part of Canada's biodiversity that was built over thousands of years. Unfortunately, this balance is increasingly threatened.
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  • The beautiful view overlooking NCC’s Hazel Bird Nature Reserve, ON (Photo by NCC)
    Five questions about spring

    If there is one season that Canadians hope for fervently each year, it's spring! After months of cold weather, it's time to open the windows wide and put away winter hats and mittens. Here are five questions on the theme of this much-awaited season.
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