Fall 2019

NCC Magazine Fall 2019

NCC Magazine Fall 2019

Coming mid-October: Learn how spending time in nature is good for your health, what NCC is doing to bring back species at risk of extinction and about a bird with an elaborate courtship dance.

Contents

Letter from the president

Back from the brink

Learn how the Nature Conservancy of Canada is helping bring back species at risk of extinction. Read more >

Ralph Wang Trail

Immerse yourself in the diversity of Canada’s endangered native prairie habitat with a walk down the trail at this Nature Destination in Manitoba.

Paddle on

Former Ottawa Riverkeeper Meredith Brown explores Canada’s lakes and rivers with her handmade whitewater paddle. Read more>

Prescribing nature

For the sake of a healthy and sustainable future, time in nature is essential. Doctors now have the research to prove it. Read more >

Greater sage-grouse

Learn about a bird whose courtship dance is one of North America’s most incredible wildlife spectacles. Read more >

Project updates

Listening for the bat signal in Saskatchewan; Making Darkwoods whole in BC; PEI nature reserve donated by local family.

Birds of a feather

The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s newly appointed Weston Family senior scientist, Ryan Norris, discusses how you can get involved in conservation. Read more >

Stories, snakes and sons

Looking back on many visits to Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park in Alberta.

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