Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

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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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  • Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)
    Nature Conservancy of Canada response to COVID-19

    Though medical authorities continue to classify the overall risk to Canadians as low, we believe that collectively we can help to slow the spread of COVID-19. NCC is committed to doing our part to contribute to the global response to this crisis.
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  • Alpine glacier poppy (Photo by GlacierNPS/Wikimedia Commons)
    How NCC is protecting globally rare species

    Find out how the Nature Conservancy of Canada is protecting globally rare species at risk on our properties across Canada.
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  • Giant hogweed (Photo by Henry Clark)
    We all have a role to play in fighting invasive species

    This list of the top 10 invasive plants includes some of the key species that we are managing on our properties, and that also pose a threat to other protected areas across Canada.
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  • Dutch Creek Hoodoos, BC (Photo by Steve Ogle)
    Make nature a part of your summer

    Satisfy your travel bug by visiting the latest offerings in NCC's Nature Destinations program, which encourages Canadians to explore conserved land across Canada.
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  • Conservation Volunteers get a peek at migrating golden eagles (Photo by NCC)
    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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  • Emma and Nicole are carrying barbed wire to clear the way for wildlife. (Photo by NCC)
    When the personal and the professional align

    There's a special satisfaction to be found in working for a cause you believe in, especially when that cause involves something as important as the protection of Canada's nature.
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