Exploring the Maritimes with NCC

Siobhan Darlington at New Horton, NB (Photo by NCC)

Siobhan Darlington at New Horton, NB (Photo by NCC)

As a Haligonian (a person from Halifax, Nova Scotia), I’ve had little experience with the province of New Brunswick. I’ve driven through with my family, and I’ve camped at Kouchibouguac National Park with friends, but...

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Hammering home the message of community leadership

NBCC Moncton Carpentry student working on a public viewing platform at Johnson's Mills, NB (Photo by NCC)

NBCC Moncton Carpentry student working on a public viewing platform at Johnson's Mills, NB (Photo by NCC)

Every summer, massive flocks of shorebirds journey through the Bay of Fundy from the Canadian Arctic before heading to South America. Among the feathered visitors, approximately 80 per cent of the world's population of semipalmated sandpipers stop...

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Bad news for bats? How White-nose Syndrome threatens Canada's bat populations

Tri-colored bat with white-nose syndrome (Photo by USFWS)

Tri-colored bat with white-nose syndrome (Photo by USFWS)

Bats are an important part of Canada’s biodiversity. They eat huge numbers of insects, some of which are crop and forestry pests. In the U.S. alone, it is estimated that bats provide insect control services worth between $3.7 and $53 billion...

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Discovering new ways to explore New Brunswick

ExploreEcoNB screenshot (Photo by NCC)

ExploreEcoNB screenshot (Photo by NCC)

As technology evolves, people today are expecting a lot more out of their mobile phones. The use of mobile applications is increasing across phone users and everybody is trying to find a way to take advantage of it. Mobile applications help you...

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Moose Sex Project spreading like wildfire!

Moose and her calf (Photo courtesy of Wild for Wildlife and Nature)

Moose and her calf (Photo courtesy of Wild for Wildlife and Nature)

It's amazing how turning an issue on its head and looking at in a different light can make all the difference. At least that seems to have been the case for a cross-border conservation project that, at first glance, seemed like many of the others...

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Happy birthday, Quiddy!

Happy birthday, Quiddy! (Photo by NCC)

Happy birthday, Quiddy! (Photo by NCC)

A media availability and photo opportunity was held in the Fredericton Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) office over the noon hour today. It was to celebrate the 50th birthday of our learned colleague, John Foley, (aka Quiddy) a long-serving NCC...

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