Cow elk in Riding Mountain Aspen Parkland, MB (Photo by NCC)

Cow elk in Riding Mountain Aspen Parkland, MB (Photo by NCC)

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  • Marjerison Property wetland reclamation project, Manitoba (Photo by NCC)
    World Wetlands Day 2019

    Wetlands are a major conservation priority in Manitoba. The Nature Conservancy of Canada is working to protect key habitats.
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  • Shorebird populations declining

    Shorebirds, some of Canada’s most amazing travellers, are starting their fall migration. Although populations are declining, a number of local, national and international organizations are working together to learn how best to conserve them here in Manitoba.
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  • Birtle Collegiate Students (Photo by A. Wilson)
    Support local conservation on Giving Tuesday

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada invites nature lovers to support wildlife and local land conservation on Giving Tuesday.
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  • Alvar bioblitz participants (Photo by NCC)
    Bioblitz records more than 400 species observations in Manitoba's rare and endangered alvar habitat

    The results of an unprecedented Manitoba species count have been tallied and reveal exciting news for one of the province's rarest ecosystems.
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  • The curious cows at the Yellow Quill Prairie Preserve. (Photo by Diana Robson)
    Saving the world's most endangered ecosystem: grasslands

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada is holding a NatureTalks speakers' event in Winnipeg on Wednesday, October 18 to discus the value of the world's most endangered ecosystem: grasslands.
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  • Poweshiek skipperling (Photo by Jaimee Dupont)
    Endangered butterfly perseveres in Manitoba

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada, the University of Winnipeg and research teams from across the continent are excited and relieved to confirm the presence of the endangered Poweshiek skipperling in the tall grass prairie natural area of southeast Manitoba.
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