Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Feature Stories

  • Colpitt Lake in the Shaw Wilderness Park (Photo by Adam Cornick, Acorn Art & Photography)
    Why urban nature matters

    Urban natural environments provide many benefits to people, including cleaner air, recreation, food security and flood protection.
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    On the flyway to home: Get to know Canada's migratory birds

    Each spring, skies across Canada are filled with the sights and sounds of millions of birds arriving home from their southern wintering grounds. Many birds travel along regular routes, known as flyways, in order to make the journey back to Canada.
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  • NCC President and CEO, John Lounds (Photo by Simon Wilson)
    Congratulations, John!

    Former CEO and president John Lounds was recently recognized for his work and commitment toward the protection of nature.
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  • Beaver Hills, Kallal property, AB (Photo by Brent Calver)
    Striking Balance returns for a second season

    Striking Balance Season 2 explores nine of Canada’s breathtaking UNESCO biosphere reserves, including some of the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s project areas.
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  • Prairie rose (Photo by Karol Dabbs)
    Female leaders in nature conservation

    At the Nature Conservancy of Canada, women are helping lead the way in the conservation of Canadian landscapes.
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  • Order of Canada medal (Photo by Dowew, Creative Commons)
    Order of Canada recognizes two NCC colleagues

    Former Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) VP of new conservation strategies and prior president of Birds Canada, Michael Bradstreet, as well as NCC Landmark Campaign volunteer David Dubé, were recently awarded the prestigious Order of Canada.
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  • John Lounds (Photo by Mike Ford)
    A spring message from our president & CEO, John Lounds

    Earlier this week I had the pleasure of welcoming a few surprise visitors to my home. I know that sounds a little odd. We’re in the middle of a pandemic! But there they were, a lively little flock of yellow-rumped warblers, grabbing a quick snack on their way north and reminding me that spring is here. Imagine: if I hadn’t been working from home, I would have missed them.
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