Fort William, QC (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)

Fort William, QC (Photo by Claude Duchaîne)

Stories From the Field

  • Bicknell's thrush (Photo by Serge Beaudette)
    Conservation of habitat for Bicknell's thrush

    Bicknell’s thrush is among the most threatened nesting bird species found in eastern North America, and this migrating species is at risk of disappearing.
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  • Copper redhorse (Photo by NCC)
    Saving the copper redhorse: A globally unique fish

    The copper redhorse can only be found in one place in the world — swimming in the waterways of southwest Quebec. NCC actively participates in the protection of its habitat.
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  • Lac Saint-Pierre, St. Lawrence River, Quebec (Photo by NCC)
    Join the fundraising campaign to help protect the islands of the Saint Lawrence River

    Contribute to the conservation of the Saint Lawrence River’s natural island and shoreline environments, for your own well-being and that of generations to come!
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  • Short-eared Owl (Photo by Etienne Artigau)
    Nocturnal or diurnal bird?

    Located in the Saint Lawrence estuary downstream from Quebec City, the Isle-aux-Grues island is the preferred refuge of several migratory birds.
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  • Shrew (Photo from Flickr)
    Snow: A great winter ally

    To adapt to Quebec’s harsh winter conditions, plants and animals undergo considerable metamorphosis. For many species, snow becomes an important ally. This transition in the seasons represents a great opportunity to discover little-known aspects of species living on NCC’s properties.
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  • Kenauk, QC (Photo by Mike Dembeck)
    Insects inventory in the Outaouais

    The identification of insects dwelling in the mapletops and a map of vernal ponds are new projects on the Kenauk territory
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