Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • Cow and calf moose (Photo by NCC)
    Living With Wildlife

    Living with Wildlife is the story of how communities in the Bow Valley of Alberta, Canada, have come together over the past 20 years to live with grizzly bears and other wildlife.
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  • 2017 Nature Days (Photo by Brent Calver)
    Education and conservation

    This year, more than 80 students participated in Nature Days — a program that takes children outdoors and teaches them about the value of nature and conservation.
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  • Waterton mountains (Photo by NCC)
    Update on Waterton Conservation Area

    Officials with the Nature Conservancy of Canada in Alberta are working with the Waterton-area community to re-build what was lost and damaged in the fire.
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  • Summer intern Amy Russell (Photo by NCC)
    The grasslands: More wild than you might think

    Grasslands are complex and exciting, and support a wide array of species. Whether you are interested in seeing mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, plants or beautiful landscapes, the grasslands have it all.
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  • NCC staff running in the marathon (Photo by NCC)
    NCC participates in Canada's oldest marathon

    The Calgary marathon is Canada’s longest-running marathon, and for the past four years the Nature Conservancy of Canada has participated in the event.
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  • Gus Yaki and fellow walkers near Milk River (Photo by Patrick Mahaffey)
    A grasslands odyssey

    This spring, I had the chance to explore southern Alberta with Calgary-based naturalist Gus Yaki, who organized a walking tour of to recognize Canada’s 150th and raise funds for habitat conservation and research.
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