Stories From the Field
Thank you, Freshwater Bay bioblitzers!
In July, 22 dedicated volunteers joined NCC staff for our first-ever “bioblitz” at Freshwater Bay. We had a great day in the field, identifying the bird, plant, lichen, and mammal species on the 98-hectare (243-acre) future nature reserve, located along the East Coast Trail. Read more »
Thank you, Sandy Point Conservation Volunteers!
Conservation Volunteer beach cleanup--an event summary and thank youRead more »
Birders come together at Torbay Gully Nature Reserve
Volunteers enjoyed a nice day at the Torbay Gully Bird Survey and spotted numerous different bird species. Read more »
NCC’s new project at Freshwater Bay
Read up on Megan Lafferty's op-ed piece on the Freshwater Bay project! Read more »
Help protect Freshwater Bay
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has an exciting opportunity to conserve part of the Avalon Peninsula coastline at Freshwater Bay, just minutes from St. John’s.Read more »
NCC team completes important wetland research
This summer, the Newfoundland and Labrador NCC team visited a variety of wetlands on NCC properties to answer a series of questions on wetland functions.Read more »